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Review: ‘The Hunt’ Presents The Most Dangerous Deplorables

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Hunt, a film pitting very distinct groups against each other, with a giant dose of dark humor to go along with all of the bloodshed.

7 Good

Review: ‘Big Time Adolescence’ Delivers Big Time Indie Comedy Vibes

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Big Time Adolescence, the comedy that gives Pete Davidson his first major leading role.

7 Good

Review: ‘The Way Back’ Takes Affleck To The Rack

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Way Back, a sports drama featuring Ben Affleck in the role of an alcoholic in need of redemption.

7 Good

Leigh Whannell on remaking The Invisible Man, how Horror has Changed as a Genre, and the Impact of Film Critics

Scott Menzel chats Leigh Whannell about his latest film The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man Review: Elisabeth Moss Scares Up Her Best Performance Yet

Scott Menzel reviews The Invisible Man starring Elisabeth Moss.

Review: Coogan’s ‘Greed’ Is As Good As His Bluff

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Greed, a satire focused on the wealthy, with Steve Coogan leading the charge in a film by Michael Winterbottom.

6 Fair

Review: Mysterious Language Of ‘The Whistlers’ Leads To Neo-Noir Fun

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Whistlers, a Romanian crime film with enough of a quirky side to add quite a bit of humor to the proceedings.

8 Great

Review: Come to Daddy is All About Blood Relatives

Staci Layne Wilson reviews Come to Daddy starring Elijah Wood.

Review: Terrific, Terrifying Universal Monster Revealed In ‘The Invisible Man’ Update

Aaron Neuwirth reviews the modern update of The Invisible Man from writer/director Leigh Whannell, starring Elisabeth Moss as a women taking on an unseen menace.

8 Great

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