GFF REVIEW: ‘Riders of Justice’ Is A Bizarrely Comedic Revenge Rampage

After his wife dies in a train crash, military man Markus (Mads Mikkelsen) seeks revenge. Read our review of ‘Riders of Justice’ from Glasgow Film Festival.

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[The Revolution Will Be Televised] ‘True History of the Kelly Gang’ (2019) and the Mythological Bedrock of Rebellion

True History illuminates the ways shared fiction gives form and mass to rebellion, and how cult mythology acts as the cornerstone to revolt.

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How ‘Dark Water’ (2005) Delivers What’s Lacking in ‘Relic’ (2020)

The largely overlooked film was ahead of its time for its portrayal of mental illness and motherhood in the context of horror.

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20th Anniversary of ‘Unbreakable’ (2000): What M. Night Shyamalan Gets Right About Superheroes

Mr Glass and David Dunn walk side by side in a crowded street. Mr Glass uses a cane.

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SUNDANCE REVIEW: ‘Cusp’ (2021) is a Raw, Unobstructed Look at Teenage Girlhood

From bonfires to soccer games, the film meanders with the whims of these girls as they come to navigate the invisible horrors of being a teenage girl.

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Top of the Docs #40 – IFFR Review: Archipelago

Félix Dufour-Laperrière’s documentary takes a poetic approach to what makes up “place” and the result is perhaps one of the most interesting psycho-geographic documentaries in recent years.

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‘Promising Young Woman’ (2020) and the Reality of Sexual Trauma

Despite the seduction of Promising Young Woman and its revenge-served-cold plot tease, Fennell’s candy-coated film instead dishes out a nuanced and realistic look at the catastrophic impact of sexual assault on not only victims, but on all those around them.

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SUNDANCE REVIEW: ‘Strawberry Mansion’ (2021) is a Wildly Ambitious Fever Dream

Birney and Audley beg us to escape on a thrilling adventure into their fancy, but Strawberry Mansion is an astonishing dreamscape odyssey that’ll have you craving for one more minute of sleep.

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‘It’s a Sin’ (2021) Exploring Fear of the Unknown

It’s a Sin is not only a sincere exploration of the AIDS crisis in 1980s London, but also explores how we deal with fear.

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Now That’s What I Call Kino #19 – The Comic Strip Style of Sergio Corbucci

John Ford had John Wayne, Sergio Leone had Clint Eastwood and Sergio Corbucci had Franco Nero. Often seen as the face of Spaghetti Westerns, Nero’s rise to cult fame had a director correlation with the works of Corbucci. Making several Westerns during his illustrious career, his most acclaimed work came during the late 60s, like…

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