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Hatching: The Egg and I

Never seen a Finnish film? Head over to the AMC Grapevine Mills to take in Hatching, a horror film that will crawl around in...

Memory Fades

A contract killer with Alzheimer’s Disease? It sounds like the setup for a really bad Saturday Night Live sketch. In fact, it was the...

Aline: Taking Chances

You remember Walk Hard, don’t you? You remember how John C. Reilly played the main character at age 14 onward, and the filmmakers did...

Massive Talent: Nicked

Nicolas Cage has long had a certain perspective on the kinds of roles he plays and how that affects his public image. I remember...

Northman: Go Vikings

Robert Eggers’ last two movies, The Witch and The Lighthouse, were set in New England. His latest film, The Northman, goes even farther north to...

Fantastic Beasts: Spell It Out

Truly, it would have been better for everyone if David Yates had left J.K. Rowling’s clutches after the last Harry Potter film or maybe even...

Everything Everywhere: Destroyed by a Bagel

After watching Everything Everywhere All at Once, one thing is clear: The Daniels are over multiverses. I refer to the filmmaking team made up...

You Won’t Be Alone: Nightmare of the Wolf

They’re selling You Won’t Be Alone as a horror film. It really isn’t, even though its main character eats animals’ and people’s entrails. (In...

Oscar’s Hidden Gold

The latest firestorm to engulf the Oscar ceremony is the decision to relegate eight categories from the live TV broadcast to taped footage presented...

X Murderers

The appropriately titled X takes place in 1979, when Houston strip club owner Wayne Gilroy (Martin Henderson) decides to make his own porn film....