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I love movies almost as much as I love Coffee... and David Lynch.

Vox Lux – Not a Fan Of Contemporary Society

There’s quite a lot going on in director Brady Corbet’s 21st-century portrait; it’s incredibly dense, not necessarily in a dreadful way but not quite in the way of a steady progression either.

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Creed II – The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall

If you would like to read our review of the original Creed, click here.
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Burning – Lighting Up The Silver Screen

Burning is quite a lot of things. It is most notably South Korean director/screenwriter/novelist, Lee Chang-Dong’s first film in almost a decade.

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TIFF 2018: Dead Souls Review

This will be one of many reviews during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. If you would like to keep up with our content, click here.

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TIFF 2018: Firecrackers Review

This will be one of many reviews during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. If you would like to keep up with our content, click here.

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TIFF 2018: The Wind Review

This will be one of many reviews during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. If you would like to keep up with our content, click here.

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TIFF 2018: The Standoff at Sparrow Creek Review

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TIFF 2018: The Fall of the American Empire Review

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Searching – A Nail-Biting Voyeuristic Thriller

There could be a few anxious statements to be made while being informed about Aneesh Chaganty’s directorial debut,  Searching. One of the most understandable questions most likely being “aren’t we beating a dead horse?”.

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