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 Review :: Elevator to the Gallows

Review :: Elevator to the Gallows

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 13
Do you need to acquire this definitive edition of a striking film that is also groundbreaking for stylistic and technical reasons? That depends. Do you love movies? There's your answer.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Documentary

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Documentary

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
Tackling a variety of compelling subjects, this year's Oscar Nominated Short Films in the Documentary category are all exceptional.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Live Action

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Live Action

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
From racial conflict to mental illness, this year's Oscar Nominated Live Action Short Films provide a variety of unique perspectives that offer poignancy, empathy and, in one case, riotous hilarity.

 Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Animated

Review :: The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2018: Animated

By Greg Vellante | Feb 13
A typical Pixar frontrunner, a poetic examination of grief and a gruesome garden party are all subjects in this year's Oscar Nominated Short Films - Animation.

 Review :: Drag Me To Hell

Review :: Drag Me To Hell

By Kevin Taft | Feb 13
Raimi's return to horror gets the Shout Factory treatment in the 2k Upgrade release of the riotously fun "Drag Me to Hell."

 Review :: A Fantastic Woman

Review :: A Fantastic Woman

By Robert Nesti | Feb 12
For once a film lives up to its title.

 Review :: Peter Rabbit

Review :: Peter Rabbit

By David Foucher | Feb 9
A charming adaptation that might not deliver on the British wholesomeness of Beatrix Potter's books, but offers up laughs and wit aplenty.

 Review :: Permission

Review :: Permission

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 9
This relationship comedy is also a viscerally moving exploration of the most frightening question a couple can ask: Are we really right for each other?

 Review :: Last Flag Flying

Review :: Last Flag Flying

By Michael Cox | Feb 9
Influential director Richard Linklater works with Darryl Ponicsan to explore the disenchanting aspects of the nation's military in this an unofficial sequel to 1973's "The Last Detail."

 Review :: Becks

Review :: Becks

By Roger Walker-Dack | Feb 9
When aspiring musician Becks drives right across the country and catches her girlfriend having sex with someone else, she know it's time to make some new life choices.

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