Andrea Riseborough

‘Possessor’ Exclusive Interview: Andrea Riseborough & Christopher Abbott

An elite assassin uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people's bodies.

‘Possessor’ Exclusive Interview: Brandon Cronenberg

Possessor follows an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people's bodies - ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-pa...

‘Possessor’ Review: Invasion of the Corporate Body Snatchers

Possessor follows an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people's bodies - ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-paying...

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Review: September 2018 VOD Genre Roundup – Mandy, Final Score, Slice, Sick For Toys

While there are a lot of films hitting theaters, the Video-On-Demand market has upped its quality tremendously over the last several years. While once a haven for C-list stars to put in consistent wor...

Review: “MANDY” is a Perfect Storm of Beautiful Artistic Insanity

Mark Krawczyk gets bloody as he gives his thoughts on "Mandy" the new horror film starring Nicholas Cage and Directed by Panos Cosmatos.

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Review: ‘The Death of Stalin’ Conspires with Great Talent to Make You Laugh

Given my affinity for the style of humor writer/director Armando Iannucci (Veep, In the Loop) traffics in, there is no doubt that few films this year will match the amount of joy I took from The Death...

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Sundance 2018 Review: Nancy – Drew Your Own Conclusions

I have been captivated by Andrea Riseborough since the year I saw her in Disconnect and Oblivion. That wasn’t even the beginning of her career so there’s still plenty of Riseborough to see. She had fo...

Sundance 2018 Review: Burden – To Change The Essence Of A Man

Back in the ‘90s the Ku Klux Klan was the worst racist hate group we had to worry about. Now Nazis are back, but if Mike Burden can renounce the KKK, perhaps there is hope for us all to turn hate into...

Battle of the Sexes Review: A Tennis League of Their Own

It’s easy to watch Battle of the Sexes from the right side of history. I think the film owns that perspective. It portrays the world of chauvinistic resistance to women’s liberation as an artifact of ...

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