Slamdance Film Review: Love Dump

Slamdance Film Review: Love Dump
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Leila Gorstein and Jesse Kendall’s Love Dump had a distinct humor, but much of it feels wasted on genre trappings wrung dry by their ubiquity. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Unicorn Boy

Slamdance Film Review: Unicorn Boy
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Slamdance feature Unicorn Boy was a unique romp through a fantasy world and a deep exploration into Director/Animator Matt Kiel’s psyche. … read more

Film Review: Dead Ringo

Film Review: Dead Ringo
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Using a combination of practical and visual effects, prosthetics and miniatures, Tim Boone infuses Dead Ringo with moody panache. … read more

Film Review: Low Life

Film Review: Low Life
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Low Life fell short of its lofty aspirations, too heavy for a horror movie and too cheesy to be a drama, dragging on forever, and killing the building tension. … read more

Film Review: Neptune Frost

Film Review: Neptune Frost
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Neptune Frost is a rare movie that is able to capture something new about the human experience through the lens of artists speaking out for social liberation. … read more

Film Review: Mad God

Film Review: Mad God
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Mad God, from VFX legend Phil Tippett, brings a macabre and gruesome experience that is a must-see for die-hard fans of horror and stop motion. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Snow White Dies at the End

Slamdance Film Review: Snow White Dies at the End
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Snow White Dies at the End proves to be a true testament to Slamdance’s mission of uplifting bold unadulterated talent. … read more

Film Review: BEANS

Film Review: BEANS
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BEANS is thought provoking and heartbreakingly sweet. It’s everything a good coming-of-age story should be. … read more

Film Review: Labyrinth of Cinema

Film Review: Labyrinth of Cinema
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Taking on Labyrinth of Cinema is definitely not for the faint of heart but comes highly recommend for any and all movie lovers. … read more

Series Review: You (Season Three)

Series Review: You (Season Three)
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Though season three of You possesses moving storytelling and poses interesting questions, the overall experience felt erratic. … read more