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Film Review: The Oath
A father's efforts to rescue his drug-addicted daughter take a dark turn in this thriller from Icelandic filmmaker Baltasar Kormákur.
Film Review: Red Christmas
A dysfunctional family Christmas goes to hell in this formulaic but visually stunning Australian horror picture about the ties that bind and rend.
Film Review: The Monster Project
Four skeptical young filmmakers spend the wrong night in a haunted house in this found-footage picture in the Blair Witch Project tradition.
Film Review: Armed Response
Low-budget high-tech thriller pits grunts against a supercomputer run amok in this too-familiar tale of man against machine.
Film Review: Lycan
Dedicated genre buffs will appreciate the attention to detail in this homage to ’80s horror, but fans of modern, effects-heavy shockers may find it slow going.
Film Review: Sled Dogs
This persuasive documentary about the sled-dog industry focuses on the economics of animal cruelty and aims to inform rather than entertain.
Film Review: Wish Upon
A mysterious box grants wishes in this clever teen horror tale about the price of getting what you ask for.
Film Review: Man Underground
Low-budget film about three people brought together by UFO conspiracy theories will disappoint viewers expecting a sci-fi thriller but succeeds as a subtle examination of the human need for connection.
Film Review: Kill, Baby... Kill!
Restored version of Italian horror icon Mario Bava's eerie 1966 ghost story burnishes the elegant use of color often blurred on DVDs and older prints.
Film Review: Hickok
Straightforward drama featuring "Wild Bill" Hickok is unlikely to impress theatre audiences but could come as a welcome surprise to genre fans on home-viewing platforms.
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