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Film Review: Sins of Our Youth
Four middle-class teens accidentally kill a younger boy and subsequently do all the wrong things in this cautionary drama about gun violence.
Film Review: SiREN
A modern-day take on mythological sirens who lured men to their deaths with their irresistible song, this horror tale doesn't quite live up to its premise but delivers some lurid shocks.
Film Review: The Eyes of My Mother
Isolated and scarred by terrible memories, a young woman descends into a nightmare of violence in this stylish black-and-white movie aimed at the (admittedly small) art/horror market.
Film Review: Tank 432
A group of mercenaries transporting a pair of prisoners are terrorized by mysterious forces in this claustrophobic thriller with a disappointing payoff.
Film Review: The Monster
Stranded on a dark, deserted country road, a mother and daughter are stalked by a vicious creature in this well-written and acted horror picture.
Film Review: Uncle Kent 2
An animator has a personal meltdown in this absurdist comedy whose nerd-bro sensibilities are very much a matter of taste.
Film Review: Dog Eat Dog
Three ex-cons agree to kidnap a baby in this offbeat thriller directed by Paul Schrader.
Film Review: The Charnel House
Residents of a cool loft building learn that it's haunted by the its creepy past in this stylish but ultimately formulaic ghost story.
Film Review: The Unspoken
A babysitter gets caught up in spooky goings-on when she agrees to babysit for a small boy in this nutty haunted house/possession movie.
Film Review: The Windmill
A group of tourists gets more local color than they paid for in this bus-mounted body-count movie with a supernatural twist.
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