‘Daguerrotype’ Holds An Eerie Pose, But The Capture Is Fuzzy

'Daguerrotype' offers a visually haunting but ultimately lifeless ghost story.
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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Proves Marvel Movies Have More To Offer

Thor: Ragnarok reaffirms that Marvel Studios' system doesn’t muzzle filmmaker’s with distinct voices.
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‘Halloween’ Shouldn’t Be A Series

Some movies call for sequels; 'Halloween' isn't one of them.

‘The Cabin in the Woods’: A Killer Commentary on Horror Tropes

It's been a little over 5 years since Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's everything and the kitchen sink take on horror movie tropes, Cabin in the Woods, first rolled into theaters, and none of its charm has been diminished in the interim. 
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Tom Watches Movies: ‘Seoul Station’ Is Held Back From Greatness By Awkward Animation

For everything that 'Seoul Station' does right, there are a few key factors that keep it from greatness, most notably when it comes to the animation.

BHFF 2017: ‘Fashionista’ Is An Unsettling Mosaic

'Fashionista' asks for our engagement — even when we don’t want to see what’s next.

‘We Are Still Here’ Is A Well-Crafted, Old-Fashioned Ghost Story

Ted Geoghegan’s directorial debut 'We Are Still Here' doesn’t break new ground, but serves as a suspenseful and well-crafted old-fashioned ghost story.

‘Spielberg’ Is As Endearingly Sentimental As The Filmmaker Himself

'Spielberg' is a celebration of that accomplishment, and a love letter to the magic of the movies.

Anime Adaptations: Why Does Hollywood Always Fail?

Anime adaptations have a sordid history in Hollywood’s production studios. Death Note is the latest property to get adapted by the US. A seminal...
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‘Human Flow’ Is A Poignant Look At The Global Refugee Crisis

World-renowned artist Ai Weiwei spotlights the largest human displacement since World War II.