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John Cusack and Thomas Jane give it their all and save a bad movie in the process.
Brian already can't remember this movie.
The new film from the makers of YOU’RE NEXT goes wider today, and it’s the must-see movie of the season.
The serious family drama from the director of WEDDING CRASHERS is exactly what that sounds like.
Phil looks under the mask of the oft-maligned fourth entry, released - somewhere, according to the internet - on this date in 1994.
Brian thinks a revival is in order.
Evan has no idea what he’s getting into.
But Nacho Vigalondo's segment makes it worth checking out.
The creators of NEW KIDS TURBO have made their most mature film yet, but don’t worry - it’s still really immature.
Canadians make fun of Italians in this horror spoof.
Furries should be in absolute Heaven, though.
New Zealand’s latest horror-comedy lives up to national horror-comedy standards.
It’s just as great as you’ve heard.
David Ehrlich loved Fincher's newest film, from the novel by Gillian Flynn.
The director of HARDWARE and DUST DEVIL got kicked off his own film, and Marlon Brando drove it into the ground
Rough, harrowing - you're going to need therapy after this treatment.
"You should take your whole family to see it,” says the insane director of this incest-laden Korean film.
A really grim and sexy feel-bad movie, just the way Britt likes it.
Another weird masterpiece from Sion Sono.
This is not a nice movie. But it’s a good one!
“I’ve seen a thousand zombie movies, and this isn’t in any of them!”
The latest horror reboot has a clever gimmick. Is that enough?
Daniel Radcliffe goes all the way in a movie that does not.
Turns out, Val Kilmer's a giant dick.
Or pets, if you don’t have youngsters, you monster.
A truly strange and interesting horror film from Latvia.
A vampire who must dance to stay alive must finally face the music.
Waaaaaay better than THE HANGOVER.
Brian loves this follow up from the team that brought you RESOLUTION.
They should have called it SNOOZEVILLE.
Ushering in a new era of mom-horror.
You MUST see this movie.
This one’s a shocker!
This French dystopian satire is the feel-good movie of the year.
A steamy thriller that delivers more steam than thrills.
For a French film about lucid dreams, this flick is not nearly abstract enough.
This movie is fucking awesome.
If that sounds good, it’s good. If not, it’s not.
Witness the incredible story of the world’s most offensive theme park, told boringly.
A family unit disintegrates in the French Alps, and it’s funnier than you’d think.
Welcome to the wonderful world of slime molds!
Evan kind of liked this really awful movie.
Indie bio-horror goes way back for inspiration.
A small horror film that knows how to do minimalism.
Fish gotta be a fish. Denzel gotta walk away from explosions.
An old story gets some new moves.
Andrew saw a brony movie at midnight with a bunch of bronies. It was for an article!
How bad does a sequel have to be to make the original look like a masterpiece?
For a movie that's so by-the-book, it remains curiously unmoving.
Duplass and Patrick Brice take the found-footage conceit to some seriously uncomfortable places.
You won't regret it.
Eli Roth's cannibal holocaust starts slow, then gets CRAZY.
But mostly the worst.
(he's a wolfcop.)
The feature debut of Maude Michaud is ugly and incoherent.
The Danish horror film is more feelings than fright, and I love it for that.
Yes, even you, tough guy.
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.