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‘The Wizard of Gore’ Review: Lewis’ Splatter Film Turns 50!

A shady magician may responsible for the deaths of his audience members.

6 Fair

‘What the Constitution Means To Me’ Review: Heidi Schreck’s Charisma is Undeniable

How do you go about critiquing a document like The Constitution? Inarguably one of the two most important documents in creating the United States, questions about its interpretation remain integral to...

8 Great

‘The Mortuary Collection’ Review: Clancy Brown Shines in Anthology

A mortician tells stories of how people died to a woman looking to work at his mortuary.

8 Great

‘The Cleansing Hour’ Review: The Power of Christ Compels the Internet

Two friends who run a web show with fake exorcisms come face to face with an actual demonic possession.

6.8 Fair

‘Black Box’ Review: The Fear of Memory Loss

A man with memory loss gets involved with an experiment that makes him question his life.

7.2 Good

‘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...

8 Great

‘Misbehaviour’ Review: A Winning Look at the Fight for Women’s Rights

A group of women hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London.

‘Fear Pharm’ Review: Cornfields and Crazies in Fall Horror Flick

A group of friends going through a corn maze are stalked by masked killers.

4 Poor

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ Marks Wang Jing as a Filmmaker to Watch

We review Wang Jing's directorial debut, "The Best is Yet to Come" at TIFF 2020. In the aftermath of SARS in 2003, a Chinese journalist makes a startling discovery.

6 Fair

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