LFF REVIEW: ‘The Intruder’ (2020) is a Dull, Ineffective Paranormal Thriller

All of the ingredients are there, but they’ve been swished into a diluted, forgettable cocktail that’s more of a nightcap than a rush to the head.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Rose: A Love Story’ (2020) is a Vampire Film For Our Times

An efficiently crafted piece of work shrouded in dread and frozen to last.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Supernova’ (2020) Shines Bright with Glowing Performances

Supernova is a tender, devastatingly gorgeous road trip, brooding with introspection.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Relic’ (2020) is an Unfurling Terror of the Haunted House as Diseased and Dying Mind

The scares are minimal, with a heavy reliance on atmosphere, but stick with it and you’ll find this stylish horror film wanders close to home and burrows underneath the skin.

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REVIEW: ‘Don’t Think Twice’ (2020) is an Intimate Reflection on Dementia

Harry Hitchen’s sublime short ‘Don’t Think Twice’ offers an emotive insight to the life of a man who through the dark cloud of dementia finds joy in music.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Farewell Amor’ (2020) is an Impressive Trichotomous Negotiation of Family Values

Farewell Amor features many goodbyes, some more painful than others, but each farewell marks a new beginning.

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REVIEW: Zoom-based horror ‘Host’ (2020) is short, sharp and scary

A dark, devilish reminder of a terrible and very strange year.

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REVIEW: ‘Saint Frances’’ (2020) is a Charming and Uplifting Look at Womanhood in the 21st Century

Saint Frances is sometimes a challenging watch, but it is also a thoroughly rewarding and ultimately uplifting one.

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REVIEW: ‘In Her Hands’ (2020) is a Heart-warming, if Heavily Clichéd, Demonstration of the Power of Music

Ludovic Bernard’s in Her Hands is certainly far from perfect, but it succeeds in sweeping you up into an often-satisfying emotional journey, eventually leaving you at peace.

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REVIEW: Queer Vampire Film ‘Bit’ (2019) Is Unafraid to Sink its Teeth Into Feminism

While on the surface Bit (2019) may seem like just another campy teen horror film, the reality is that it offers its audience far more than mindless entertainment.

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