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'Assassination Nation' Wants to Get Under Your Skin

Q&A: Chris Pratt on Running on Screen, Tom Cruise, Religion

By Lindsey Bahr |
"Assassination Nation" is trying to make you uncomfortable. The film even starts out with about a dozen "trigger warnings" previewing the horror that is to come...

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 Review :: The House With a Clock in Its Walls

Review :: The House With a Clock in Its Walls

By Michael Cox | Sep 21
Based on the 1973 juvenile mystery novel of the same name, this first in a series of 12 books leads a property that certainly aspires to be the American "Harry Potter."

 Review :: Fahrenheit 11/9

Review :: Fahrenheit 11/9

By Robert Nesti | Sep 21
One of the last things you may want to go to a movie theater these days is to see a documentary about Donald Trump. Don't we go to the movies to escape the President for a few hours?

 Review :: Love, Gilda

Review :: Love, Gilda

By Louise Adams | Sep 21
Lisa D'Apolito helms the bittersweet tribute to Saturday Night Live's first hire in Love, Gilda.

 Review :: The Nightmare Before Christmas - 25th Anniversary

Review :: The Nightmare Before Christmas - 25th Anniversary

By Michael Cox | Sep 21
This anniversary Blu-ray of the critical and box office hit that went on to become a cult classic features a brand new sing-along version of the film.

 Review :: Scream For Help

Review :: Scream For Help

By Ken Tasho | Sep 21
Shout Factory's new Blu-ray film made a star out of nobody in the cast and, in fact, some of the actors never appeared on screen ever again.

 Review :: A Moment In The Reeds

Review :: A Moment In The Reeds

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 21
For his debut feature movie, London-based Finnish filmmaker Mikko Makela has returned home to tell his compelling tale of a romantic summer encounter between an unlikely pair that literally sizzles on the screen.

'Assassination Nation' Wants to Get Under Your Skin

'Assassination Nation' Wants to Get Under Your Skin

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 20
"Assassination Nation" is trying to make you uncomfortable. The film even starts out with about a dozen "trigger warnings" previewing the horror that is to come in this internet age Salem witch trial about four teenage girls who become a town's enemies.

 Review :: Snapshots

Review :: Snapshots

By Kitty Drexel | Sep 20
Flashbacks tell us the story of Young Rose (Shannon Collis) and a years long secret romance with Louise.

What to See at 'Reeling'? Chicago's LGBTQ+ Film Fest

What to See at 'Reeling'? Chicago's LGBTQ+ Film Fest

By Kevin Langson | Sep 20
Reeling, Chicago's LGBTQ film festival, is always a winning way to mark the end of the city's glorious summer. Here are some titles worth checking out.

 Review :: My Big Gay Italian Wedding

Review :: My Big Gay Italian Wedding

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 20
This movie version of the hugely popular play sanitizes the central relationship so that we never really believe these two men are in love with one another.

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