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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.
Film Review: Zombies
The zombie apocalypse continues in this downbeat gorefest with a dark twist in its tail.
Film Review: Creepy
A police detective is drawn into a case that spills into his personal life in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's thriller.
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