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This movie is a big, dumb blast.
Plus Frank Grillo at his most badass.
There are two potential ways to read that headline. Read it the bad way.
Scott Derrickson's latest exorcism outing is nothing new.
The actress/writer/producer takes the wheel and comes in not-so-hot.
Brian goes on a bit of a rant.
All hot Jeff Fahey action, all the time.
A good but not great entry into the awkward mocumentary subgenre.
Brian dives into a loose but genuine Dan Harmon documentary.
And I just might succeed with Lucky McKee's latest.
Darren Paul Fisher offers an ambitious look into a parallel world.
Xavier Dolan's latest feels very young but you can't hate it.
Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's film, about bullying and prostitution at a deaf school, is so strange it might as well be science fiction.
It's not JURASSIC PARK, but it's way up there.
The crowdfunded doc has a lot to say in its hourlong runtime.
A super complicated commercial for a film that probably doesn't even have a script yet.
VyceVictus headed home and met up with BAD commenter SmithDoc for the remake of DISTRICT 13.
This grim, gritty flick makes me fear for Young Hollywood. And also just plain fear Young Hollywood.
Jonathan Glazer's latest is otherworldly.
This superhero has a lot of growing to do.
This Gina Carano action film is not up to snuff.
A largely unsuccessful film that everyone must see as soon as possible.
Evan still doesn't get it.
Puzzle-lovers, your time has come. Here's two new movies in the burgeoning jigsaw puzzle-solving genre.
This movie is single for a reason.
And it's as much of an event as one might expect.
John Gholson on two very different films.
Nicholas Stoller has made a comedy for everyone who doesn't mind a bunch of really gross jokes.
Jon Favreau breaks out the chef's knives in the SXSW opening night film.
Talking POMPEII, NON-STOP, and 3 DAYS TO KILL.
ENLISTED took a week off - but VyceVictus didn't.
Slap fight of the century.
Bloodsoaked and charmingly familiar, but that's about it.
Close only counts with horseshoes and hand grenades. Evan would like to add ROBOCOP to the list.
Bong Joon-Ho's dystopian train movie works as adventure and political commentary.
Wes Anderson turns his wistfulness into a weapon for his critics, and David loves it.
D.W. Young's feature debut makes for a rewarding watch.
The Coen Brothers' latest is a beautiful, melancholy song.
"Will the circle be unbroken?"
Who needs a plot in the hands of the Coen Brothers?
Vamps be vampin.
Alex thinks this film on the horrors of parenting falters.
Giant monsters! Spelunking! No emotional involvement whatsoever!
NIGHTBREED: THE CABAL CUT screened at Fantastic Fest, but twenty three years later Clive Barker's film still ain't finished.
Phil wants a world where a film about a murder victim reincarnated as a revenge-driven housefly is embraced by everyone.
A documentary about the greatest science fiction film never made.
Randy Moore's ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW offers a imperfect-but-singular viewing experience.
…but like any love letter, it doesn’t really have all that much to say.
Pawel Pawlikowski's latest is about a young novice who leaves the convent to learn more about her mysterious past.
An installation that, along the way, turns into a fascinating movie.
Read Devin's review from Fantastic Fest of the movie out in theaters today!
A loving look at one of the best Kaiju films ever.
Not good, but not quite bad either.
Imagine a world where complex gender politics and dynamics are approached honestly. It's kind of nice.
This guy has a killer job.
Don't piss off the pit.
A romantic comedy that seems to hate romance.
The painful, beautiful story of a young girl exploring her emerging sexuality.
Stitched together from the corpses of various horror trends, this well-intentioned creation struggles to come to life.
Woody Allen and Cate Blanchett paint a startling and effective portrait of a woman come undone.
The debut from 26-year-old Ryan Coogler is bold and immediate filmmaking.
Johnnie To delivers a solid Johnnie To crime film.
Sit back and watch a bunch of guys steal some ice.
Nicolas Winding Refn's experimental look at revenge in Bangkok deserves a hand. Or three.
The rigors of becoming a wine wizard.
But is that really a bad thing?
The Tom Everett Scott -JCVD throw down you always dreamed of is almost here.
An informative doc that examines what drives a killer whale to kill.
This found footage-cop movie hybrid accidentally entertains out the wazoo.
It tastes like spiders.
Alex hits up NYAFF for BAD.
Coming of age never gets old.
Chances are, this film was not made with you in mind.
Awesome, but surprisingly familiar.
GOOSEBUMPS with pubes.
I'd like to be buddies with this comedy.
Not as fun as it should have been, but a little fun all the same.
James Wan's latest brings the scares.
Take a frustratingly surface level trip into the world of Box Wars.
Brad Pitt's zombie film succeeds despite itself.
Wacky, fun, and just as perfunctory as it looked.
Not for everyone. Definitely for someone, though.
The Aidan Quinn/Beau Bridges team-up you've hungered for has arrived.
THE INTERNSHIP does a horrible job of selling itself as a funny (or real) movie.
Louis Leterrier's latest will make your patience disappear.
Devin reviews the latest in a franchise that's, more than anything, about family.
The latest film in Linklater's BEFORE trilogy is the new Drafthouse Recommends title.
Olivier Assayas' latest is also his best.
Hulk non-reviews Marvel's latest.
Jordan just isn't sure what.
Jordan reviews this unusual documentary about a Jewish family who owns a run-of-the-mill strip club.
This movie is not as smart as it thinks it is. Not by a long shot.
An unlikely friendship in small town Texas makes the soul of this quietly poignant film.
Rutger Hauer is a blind Hercules in Alicia Scherson's adaption of the Roberto Bolaño novel.
What does the worst of bad look like?
It is exactly what it wants to be. But is it enough?
Bikini Kill's Kathleen Hanna moves to the front in an impassioned documentary about the punk feminist.
Stuart Gordon's twisted fairy tale holds up in Fango's new Videocrypt series.