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Child’s Play Review: A Savage Playdate

Child’s Play doesn’t take itself too seriously and embraces its kooky sci-fi premise. This reboot feels like a less thoughtful version of Black Mirror, but with a cranked up vicious streak.

TIFF 2014: Ned Rifle Review

Ned Rifle Special Presentations Ned Rifle is on a mission to kill his father in the third and final film of Hal Hartley’s Henry Fool trilogy. We’re not provided with much backstory, but suffice it to say that Ned’s parents aren’t very good people. His mother Fay (Parker Posey) is in prison for terrorism, and […]

Interview: Jeff Baena

Talking with Life After Beth writer and director Jeff Baena about crafting a grounded romantic comedy with zombies and empathy.

About Alex Review

Somewhere between the near middle aged malaise of The Big Chill and the twentysomething malaise of St. Elmo’s Fire lies About Alex, a mostly forgettable film about estrangedfriends coming back together to help a buddy in need while learning important life lessons in the process.