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‘Freaky’ Review: Friday the 13th Meets Freaky Friday

A mystical, ancient dagger causes a notorious serial killer to magically switch bodies with a 17-year-old girl.

9 Amazing

AFI Fest 2020 Review: “Wander Darkly” is an Emotional Look at the Ephemerality of Memory

New parents Adrienne and Matteo are forced to reckon with trauma amidst their troubled relationship. They must revisit the memories of their past and unravel haunting truths in order to face their...

‘Bad Hair’ Review: Well-Intentioned But Simplifies the Complexity of Black Hair

Adriana Gomez-Weston reviews Justin Simien's follow-up to Dear White People, the horror-comedy Bad Hair.

8 Great

Film & Music Notes: Revisiting Ralph Bakshi’s Animated Odyssey, ‘American Pop’

All those dreams, all those years, all those sons, one of them is going to be a star.

‘Synchronic’ Review: Timespotting

The lives of two paramedics in New Orleans are ripped apart after a series of horrific deaths are caused by a new designer drug.

8 Great

AFI Fest 2020 Review: ‘Uncle Frank’ Bravely Confronts Southern Family Values

Joseph Braverman reviews Uncle Frank, Alan Ball's family drama starring Paul Bettany, which screened at AFI Fest 2020.

7 Good

AFI Fest 2020 Review: ‘Nine Days’ Reminds Us What It Means to Be Alive

A reclusive man conducts a series of interviews with human souls for a chance to be born.

Foreign Lens: Train To Busan (2016)

Chike Colman reviews the intense zombie-on-a-train feature Train To Busan as a special Halloween edition of the Foreign Lens.

10 Perfect
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