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Posts Tagged“Review”

Following his widely celebrated video essay Room 237, Rodney Ascher returns to the world of the occult with The Nightmare, a hybrid doc centering around eight interviewees speaking about their experiences with sleep paralysis, and an even…

Canadian-Korean filmmaker Albert Shin’s In Her Place is first and foremost an intimate character study, revolving around three female characters locked into an arrangement beset by compassion. Shot and set mainly in rural South Korean…

First-time filmmaker Matt Sobel delivers a mysterious, tense coming-of-age story with Take Me to the River, a selection of the NEXT program in this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The film epitomizes the festival’s mission of discovering new talent,…

Bill Taylor’s feature film debut Don’t Get Killed In Alaska is an intriguing melodrama that depicts a young woman’s attempt to carve out her own path in life and make amends with her fragmented family members.…