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Review: ‘The Swerve’A Withering, Devastating Look At A Mother's Decline Into Madness

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I've been left a little bit stunned by The Swerve, Dean Kapsalis' feature debut and a shocking, heartbreaking look at a mother's spiral into...
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Review: ‘Jay Sebring….Cutting To The Truth’Sets Record Straight On Hollywood Actor Beyond The Manson...

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When you think of the Manson Family murders, most of the attention is actually on Charles Manson himself and his cult. While the heinous...

Review: ‘Enola Holmes’Millie Bobby Brown Cracks Cases And Wins Hearts As Sherlock Holmes' Fearless...

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Sherlock Holmes has been re-envisioned in dozens of different ways. One of the enduring features of the character is that he can be changed,...
Emmy

Khalil’s 2020 Primetime Emmy PredictionsWho Should and Will Win For This Year’s Emmys?

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This weekend, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presents their annual Emmy Awards (the Creative Emmys have been virtually over the last few...

Review: ‘The Wall of Mexico’A Strong Ensemble Cast Makes Up For A Slow-Paced If...

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The Wall of Mexico, the new film from directors Zachary Cotler and Magdalena Zyzak, is certainly not going to be for everybody. It is...

Review: ‘The Way I See It’The Portrait of a Former White House Photog Forced...

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The Chief Official White House Photographer is an interesting job. Though it is technically a government position in the executive branch, your job is...

Review: ‘Antebellum’Janelle Monae Fights For Her Freedom In A Psychological Horror In Need Of...

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Antebellum is not the movie you think it is. Antebellum is not the movie that it has been promoted to be. That is not...
I've Got Issues

Review: ‘I’ve Got Issues’An Uneven Dark “Comedy” Takes A Look At Despair In Everyday...

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As we enter month 100 of being locked down due to Covid, you can’t help but have a feeling of dread, despair, and hopelessness....

TIFF Review: ‘I Care A Lot’Rosamund Pike And Peter Dinklage Go Toe-to-Toe In Superbly...

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You always hear about people “abusing the system.” Learning the ins & outs, the ways to make it work for them. In I Care...

Review: ‘The Nest’Jude Law And Carrie Coon’s World Crumbles In Sean Durkin’s Chilling Family...

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*NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.* The opening moments of Sean Durkin’s devastatingly precise family drama The Nest are shot...