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 Review :: Crawl

Review :: Crawl

By Padraic Maroney | Oct 15
Almost a decade ago, director Alexandre Aja delivered in spades when his remake of "Pirahna" was released in theaters. Now he's gone back into the water again for a gators thriller. Lighting doesn't strike twice, but the film does have some bite.

 Review :: Men Of Hard Skin

Review :: Men Of Hard Skin

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 15
This compelling rather dark coming-of-age tale from Argentinian filmmaker José Celestino Campusano has no possibility of ending well.

 Review :: 3 From Hell

Review :: 3 From Hell

By Sam Cohen | Oct 15
Rob Zombie's newest, "3 From Hell," is now available on 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray and Digital from Lionsgate. While this won't make you a Zombie convert, it's an incredible ride for those already on board with the genre filmmaker.

 Review :: And Soon The Darkness

Review :: And Soon The Darkness

By Sam Cohen | Oct 15
The 1970 suspenseful thriller "And Soon the Darkness" is now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber with a great new 4K video restoration. Check this out if you're a fan of unsung genre gems.

 Review :: The Omen Collection - Deluxe Edition

Review :: The Omen Collection - Deluxe Edition

By Ken Tasho | Oct 15
For the fans of this 5 movie series, this attractive-looking box set (featuring the first four films of the franchise and the 2006 remake) will be scooped up and celebrated this Halloween season.

 Review :: Light of My Life

Review :: Light of My Life

By Michael Cox | Oct 15
This deceptively simple drama tells the story of a father raising a daughter on his own. The fact that she is one of the only females left in the world make his job unusually difficult.

 Review :: 15 Years

Review :: 15 Years

Oct 15
When do you give up on someone? Is it when they push you away time and again? Is it when they walk out of your life? Is it when they give up on themselves? That's what writer-director Yuval Hadadi explores in this drama.

 Review :: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

Review :: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

By Greg Vellante | Oct 15
"Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw" is a film that requires little brain power while drawing the viewer in with heart-pounding thrills, and that's exactly what it should be. As with its predecessors, you simply need to buckle up and enjoy the ride.

 Review :: From Zero To I Love You

Review :: From Zero To I Love You

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 15
When a gay man has a penchant for dating married straight men, he's usually asking for trouble; but Daryl Stephens spins a different take with this unmissable romance.

 Review :: Making Montgomery Clift

Review :: Making Montgomery Clift

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 15
Robert Clift's documentary about his uncle Monty brushes past biases and stereotypes to arrive at a fuller, and happier, portrait of the celebrated actor - and meditates on the stories we tell, and the stories we're ready and able to hear.

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