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‘The House With A Clock In Its Walls’ Review: Dir. Eli...

The House With A Clock In Its Walls review: The prospect of a kid’s fantasy horror movie from the director of Hostel may leave...

‘Mile 22’ Review: Dir. Peter Berg (2018)

Mile 22 review: In recent years, director Peter Berg and star Mark Wahlberg have stumbled upon a partnership that has delivered three intense accounts...

TIFF 2018: ‘Museo’ Review: Dir. Alonso Ruizpalacios (2018)

Museo review: On Christmas Eve 1985, over a hundred pre-Hispanic items were stolen from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. It wasn’t...

FrightFest 2018: ‘Black Site’ Review: Dir. Tom Paton (2018)

Black Site review: Director Tom Paton follows up last year's Redwood with this riff on classic John Carpenter. Black Site review by Andrew Gaudion. In the...

Frightfest 2018: ‘Cult of Terror’ Review: Dir. Gustavo Leonel Mendoza (2018)

Cult of Terror Review: A documentary that explores the passion that fans feel for film in the horror genre. Cult of Terror review by Andrew Gaudion.  As...

FrightFest 2018: ‘Bodied’ Review: Dir. Joseph Kahn (2018)

Bodied review: Music video director Joseph Kahn brings his battle-rap tale to 2018's Arrow Video Frightfest. Bodied review by Andrew Gaudion.  You may be familiar with...

FrightFest 2018: ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The...

The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot review: Come for the ridiculous title, stay for the ever-excellent Elliott. The Man Who Killed Hitler and...

FrightFest 2018: ‘Secret Santa’ Review: Dir. Adam Marcus (2018)

Secret Santa review: Christmas dinner takes a deadly turn in this tale of a family gone feral. Secret Santa review by Andrew Gaudion. From the director...

FrightFest 2018: ‘F.U.B.A.R.’ Review: Dir. Ben Kent (2018)

FUBAR review: Move out of the way Shaun of the Dead and Severance, there's a new British horror comedy on the block... FUBAR review by...

‘The Guardians’ Review: Dir. Xavier Beauvois (2018)

The Guardians review: Xavier Beauvois' film explores the lives of a group of women who are left behind to work a family farm during...