The Lighthouse
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The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse proves there’s still fertile ground in the past for Eggers to explore.

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Gemini Man
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Gemini Man

Gemini Man is by no means perfect and is held back by overwrought screenwriting no…

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Cuck
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Cuck

From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: The Ghost in the Darkness
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From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: The Ghost in the Darkness

There’s surely a better version of this film without Douglas on screen at all.

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Prey
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Prey

The Blumhouse brand has proven to provide entertaining little projects, even when working with little…

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Bloodline
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Bloodline

It’s difficult to imagine how Bloodline got made, given how its premise makes it feel…

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The Sound of Silence
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The Sound of Silence

In expanding his short film The Sound of Silence into a feature length debut, filmmaker…

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The Weekend
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The Weekend

The Weekend feels like the kind of visually uncurious and boilerplate “indie film debut” every…

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Official Secrets
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Official Secrets

Perhaps if Hood focused this story solely around the intimate struggles of his protagonist, Official…

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Aga
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Aga

Epic visuals give Aga, an otherwise glacially paced and meditative exercise, its real appeal.

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