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Vengeance is Blind (Film Review: “In Darkness”)

A blind pianist living alone in London is swept up in an international murder plot when she becomes the sole witness to her neighbor’s mysterious death. Was it suicide or was she pushed off her balcony? Continue Reading →


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A Dish Best Served Old (Film Review: “Remember”)

A taught and tragic psychological thriller about a nursing home patient who turns assassin, seeking revenge on the Nazi soldier who – 70 years earlier – killed his entire family at Auschwitz. A nail biter like no other with a twisty reveal that will leave you shaken to your core. Continue Reading →


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Oh Brother Where Art Thou? (Series Review: “The Five”)

A missing boy presumed dead for 20 years shows up at a murder scene – his DNA, that is – setting in motion a jigsaw puzzle of clues and the reunion of childhood friends whose lives were derailed by the mystery. You’ll be taking notes to navigate this intricate 10-part British crime thriller. Continue Reading →


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Teacher’s Pet (Film Review: “The Girl with All the Gifts”)

A dystopian future in which mankind is outnumbered and the reason is chillingly familiar. Continue Reading →


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This Job Search Can Be Murder (Film Review: “Headhunters”)

Executive recruiting is a front for art heists and murder in Headhunters, a darkly comic Norwegian crime thriller with plenty of grisly laughs and surprise skill sets on its resume. Continue Reading →


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The High Price of Ransom (Film Review: “I’m Not Scared”)

A visually stunning landscape of one child’s bucolic summer is interrupted by a life and death journey from which there is no turning back. Continue Reading →


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Ugly Americans Amongst the Ruins (Film Review: “The Two Faces of January”)

No one is who they seem to be in the stylish thriller, The Two Faces of January, shot on location in Greece and Turkey. Continue Reading →