Oeuvre: Argento: Deep Red
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Oeuvre: Argento: Deep Red

The Orb: Abolition of the Royal Familia
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The Orb: Abolition of the Royal Familia

You probably couldn’t ask for a better time for a new Orb record than during…

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Lost Girls
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Lost Girls

Shows how nonfiction filmmakers have just as much grasp on narrative beats and emotional manipulation…

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Shabaka & The Ancestors: We Are Sent Here By History
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Shabaka & The Ancestors: We Are Sent Here By History

Consistently resolves toward hope, even if its underlying optimism isn’t so much the aversion of…

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The Wild Goose Lake
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The Wild Goose Lake

A film of concrete aesthetics, of precise framings of looming city buildings and spacious rural…

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Kvelertak: Splid
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Kvelertak: Splid

Kvelertak embraces a style that sounds like a curious meeting point between post-hardcore and pop…

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Oeuvre: Argento: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage
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Oeuvre: Argento: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage

Stands as one of the most impressive feature debuts in cinema history, as well as…

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Saint Frances
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Saint Frances

Indie comedies about late bloomers are a dime a dozen, but few have the specificity…

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Caribou: Suddenly
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Caribou: Suddenly

Snaith synthesizes numerous elements and styles into a cohesive whole without losing the individual flavors…

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Oeuvre: Tarkovsky: The Sacrifice
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Oeuvre: Tarkovsky: The Sacrifice

It’s fitting that Tarkovsky should end his career on the paradoxically hopeful image of a…

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