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Daily Archives: March 11, 2021
This Johnny Depp thriller/police procedural was in the can long before Depp’s career imploded with allegations of physical abuse of his ex-wife Amber Heard. This March 19 (April 9 on VOD) story about the cops, what they knew and what … Continue reading
Stylized, impressionistic and striking, “Bombay Rose” is a fanciful animated melodrama for adults, a tale of India’s past and present, with some of that past rendered into old fashioned Bollywood movie myth. A simple parable that’s a little hard to … Continue reading
“The Vigil” is the most original, most chilling horror film of the new year. And let me hasten to add, it’s not even close. It’s a supernatural thriller set in an Orthodox Jewish community of New York, which is novelty … Continue reading
Documentary Review — “Long Live Rock: Celebrate the Chaos” makes the case for Metal Longevity via its fans
“Long Live Rock,” a doc about the undying devotion of aging white folks to their favorite metal bands, is littered with tattoo stories, accident stories, mosh pit and crowd surfing tales and a few yarns that begin with “We were … Continue reading