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Review: The Awakening

World War I left England many ghosts. A generation of men—that Gertrude Stein later called The Lost Generation—was sent to the trenches. And of those who fought in the Great War, some came back, physically and spiritually fractured beyond repair, ...

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Review: Familiar (2012)

It seems appropriate that Fatal Pictures have done such justice to the body-horror genre, a sphere of filmmaking so closely associated with their fellow Canadian and Torontonian David Cronenberg. Familiar begins as an American Beauty-style satire of middle-class North American life, ...

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Review: The Woman in Black

Hammer was always a mixed bag. You had the true classics like Dracula (1958) and The Devil Rides Out (1968). At the bottom were duds like The Terror of the Tongs (1961), Maniac (1963) and The Scars of Dracula (1970). Somewhere in the middle were the competent but perhaps-unremarkable films, such as The ...

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