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Film Review: Traffik
1970s exploitation lives in this lean, mean tale of vacationing city folk who accidentally run afoul of rural human traffickers.
Film Review: Mercury
Five friends are stalked in this dialogue-free, non-musical Indian film that combines horror conventions with a pointed message about toxic waste.
Film Review: Allure
Bad love comes in several varieties in this thriller about a woman whose relationship with a teenager has dire consequences.
Film Review: Keep the Change
Surprisingly sweet rom-com featuring two people with autism benefits from affecting performances by leads Samantha Elisofon and Brandon Polansky.
Film Review: Death Wish
This remake of the 1974 mad-as-hell movie about urban violence is bound to become part of the current hot-button conversation about guns and personal safety, but in the end it's just another macho fantasy about "good guys" with guns.
Film Review: Pickings
A bar owner takes on the Michigan mob in this stylized crime thriller about family ties and the persistence of violence.
Film Review: Curvature
A woman tries to turn back time and prevent her husband's murder in this melancholy sci-fi thriller.
Film Review: 7 Guardians of the Tomb
Scientists explore an ancient tomb full of spiders in this silly Asian horror movie.
Film Review: Looking Glass
A couple who buy an out-of-the-way motel get caught up in a dangerous web of small-town creepiness in this modest but sometimes suspenseful thriller.
Film Review: Bomb City
Teenage rivalries escalate into searing violence in this powerful, fact-based drama about class, money and identity run amok in 1990s Amarillo, Texas.
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