New Netflix Horror Series Chambers Should Have Just Been a Movie | Demanders

by Brian Tallerico April 23, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet Netflix’s “Chambers” feels like the offspring of their hit shows “13 Reasons Why” and “The Haunting of Hill House.” It

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Ebertfest 2019: A Photo Journal | Festivals & Awards

by Chaz Ebert April 22, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet Roger’s presence was alive and well in the Virginia Theatre at our 21st Ebertfest! Festival Director Nate Kohn and I presented

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Ebertfest 2019: Table of Contents | Festivals & Awards

by The Editors April 22, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet With the conclusion of the 21st Roger Ebert‘s Film Festival (Ebertfest), we’ve gathered all of our coverage on this past

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Nelly Kaplan Retrospective at NYC’s Quad Cinema Celebrates Ferocious Filmmaker | Balder and Dash

by Vikram Murthi April 22, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet Just days after I moved to New York, the Quad Cinema screened a double feature of Suki Hawley and Michael

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Someone Great Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

Netflix’s Romantic Comedy Revival continues with a new twist. Instead of another sweet, lovey-dovey move a la “Set It Up” or “To All the Boys I Loved Before,” their next

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Galaxy’s Edge, Panels, Argus Panox and More: Highlights from the 2019 Star Wars Celebration | Festivals & Awards

by David Fowlie April 19, 2019   |   Print Page Tweet Regardless of what level of Star Wars fandom you subscribe to, it’s quite clear that what George Lucas originally intended

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Hail Satan? Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

The question mark in the title “Hail Satan?” hints at a failure of nerve that Penny Lane’s documentary rarely suffers from. This light-footed movie is essentially a defense brief, on behalf of

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Stuck Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

“Ah, look at all the lonely people.” Anytime I hear the opening line of “Eleanor Rigby,” which the Beatles deliver like an elegiac sigh, I immediately picture the cramped interior

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Fast Color Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

2016’s “Miss Stevens,” starring Lily Rabe and Timothée Chalamet, came and went without too much commentary, although it got generally good reviews. Movies sometimes get lost in the glut of

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Mine 9 Movie Review & Film Summary (2019)

Eddie Mensore’s “Mine 9,” a thriller about a group of coal miners trying to survive a cave-in, is a bravura display of storytelling prowess, turning liabilities into virtues in the manner of all good

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