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Review: God's Own Country

Francis Lee's naturalistic drama God's Own Country is one of the more assured debut features of the year. This is a film filled w...

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Review: Origin Wars

Actor Daniel Macpherson reunites with his Infi colleague, writer-director Shane Abbess , in Origin Wars (internationally titled Sci...

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Red Band Trailer: Texas Chain Saw Prequel 'Leatherface'

We saw Leatherface return in 2013's thoroughly enjoyable Texas Chainsaw 3D, and four years on the chainsaw wielder returns in prequel...

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Trailer: An Iconic Horror Franchise Returns in 'Jigsaw'

The Paranormal Activity films did a semi-acceptable job filling the annual Halloween horror release void the much more entertaining Saw ...

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Music: Marc Almond Announces 'Shadows and Reflections' LP

Marc Almond has announced details of his new LP comprised of his personal spin on a number of classic sixties pop songs. The set includ...

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Listen: The Beach Boys' Mike Love's 'Do It Again' w/ John Stamos

Mike Love, John Stamos and Bruce Johnson have been touring Europe with their Beach Boys' show celebrating 1967 album, Wild Honey , b...

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Red Band Trailer: Cult of Chucky

You've got to hand it to Don Mancini and his Chucky films. There aren't many horror series that are still producing high quality...

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EIFF17 Review: Strange Weather

Holly Hunter is the beating heart of Katherine Dieckmann's Strange Weather - an offbeat Southern road trip drama. Strange Weathe...

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EIFF17 Review: Romans

Ludwig and Paul Shammasian previously brought stirring James Cosmo drama, The Pyramid Texts , to the Edinburgh International Film Festiva...

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EIFF17 Review: The Little Hours

Boccaccio's seminal text The Decameron gets a contemporary facelift by writer-director Jeff Baena, who previously brought us inventi...

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EIFF17 Review: Sister of Mine (Demonios tus ojos)

Pedro Aguilera explores reversion to a more atavistic persuasion in voyeuristic thriller, Sister of Mine (Demonios tus ojos) . Stars Iva...

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EIFF17 Review: The Midwife (Sage femme)

French screen queens Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot are paired in Martin Provost's The Midwife (Sage femme) , a quietly touc...

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EIFF17 Review: Sweet Virginia

Jon Bernthal leads slow-burning small town noir, Sweet Virginia , which helps assert him as a captivating leading man. The project serve...

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EIFF17 Review: Song to Song

There's a poetic visual power in Terence Malick's Song to Song , yet without the narrative backing, it is never quite enough to...

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EIFF17 Review: Okja

Bong Joon Ho provides an ambitious, eclectic piece in Okja - a sweet-natured comic-drama that examines humanity's relationship with ...

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