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Review: The Early 90s Have Never Looked Better in the 4K 'Speed' Collector's Edition

Review: The Early 90s Have Never Looked Better in the 4K 'Speed' Collector's Edition

By JC Alvarez | May 10, 2021

The fastest movie ever made is now available in stunning 4K! "Speed" starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock has never looked better, or made taking public transportation more exciting!

Ryan Reynolds Wants Deadpool to be 'Openly' Bisexual in 'Deadpool 3'

Ryan Reynolds Wants Deadpool to be 'Openly' Bisexual in 'Deadpool 3'

By Emell Adolphus | May 9, 2021

Ryan Reynolds, star of "Deadpool" and "Deadpool 2," is reportedly asking Marvel president Kevin Feige to "make Deadpool openly bi" in the superhero's next story arc.

Review: 'The Columnist' Delves into Hate Speech - Maybe Not Deeply Enough

Review: 'The Columnist' Delves into Hate Speech - Maybe Not Deeply Enough

By Megan Kearns | May 7, 2021

In the scathing Dutch horror film, a woman writer seeks murderous revenge on misogynist online trolls.

Arrow's Definitive 4K of 'Donnie Darko' Deserves Every Superlative Thrown its Way

Arrow's Definitive 4K of 'Donnie Darko' Deserves Every Superlative Thrown its Way

By Sam Cohen | May 7, 2021

Richard Kelly's legendary first film gets premium 4K Ultra HD treatment from Arrow Films, with a new edition that deserves all the superlatives it gets. This is the best release of the film, full stop.

Review: Severin's 'Deep Blood' a Slapdash Genre Oddity

Review: Severin's 'Deep Blood' a Slapdash Genre Oddity

By Sam Cohen | May 7, 2021

Joe D'Amato's final word on sharksploitation, "Deep Blood," is now available on Blu-ray from Severin Films. Boasting a stellar 1080p presentation from a new 2K scan of the camera negative, this is the best this downtrodden, slapdash oddity has looked.

Review: 'Silo' is a Suspenseful Drama about Community

Review: 'Silo' is a Suspenseful Drama about Community

By Kevin Taft | May 7, 2021

Marshall Burnette's suspenseful pastoral drama is also a beautifully compelling look at life on a farm.

Review: 'Benny Loves You' is an Amazing Short That Goes On Way Too Long

Review: 'Benny Loves You' is an Amazing Short That Goes On Way Too Long

By Kevin Taft | May 7, 2021

Benny might love me, but I didn't love Benny.

Review: 'Here Today' is Easy to Love

Review: 'Here Today' is Easy to Love

By Rob Lester | May 7, 2021

Two people who'd seem to have little in common quickly form an uncommonly strong bond.

Together Together: Trans Actress Patti Harrison Shines in Lead Role

Together Together: Trans Actress Patti Harrison Shines in Lead Role

By David-Elijah Nahmod | May 4, 2021

Though Ed Helms is top billed, its transgender comedian Patti Harrison who walks away with the top acting honors in "Together Together," Nikole Beckwith's charming new comedy/drama about the relationship between a prospective single dad and his surrogate.

aGLIFF Announces PRIDE Mini Film-A-Thon, June 4-6

aGLIFF Announces PRIDE Mini Film-A-Thon, June 4-6

May 4, 2021

Four feature films will be available for a limited number of views, with two shorts programs being offered for the entire weekend using aGLIFF's virtual festival platform.

Review: Laurie Anderson's 'Sisters with Transistors' Shines a Light on the Unsung Women of Electronic Music

Review: Laurie Anderson's 'Sisters with Transistors' Shines a Light on the Unsung Women of Electronic Music

By Karin McKie | May 4, 2021

Anderson, via Rovner, pays homage to her forebears, the trailblazing women of electronic music who "didn't want to push around dead white men's notes" but instead create "intersections of science, life and sound."

Review: 'Judas And The Black Messiah' Contextualizes the Role of a Revolutionary

Review: 'Judas And The Black Messiah' Contextualizes the Role of a Revolutionary

By Michael Cox | May 4, 2021

"Judas and the Black Messiah" contextualizes the role of a revolutionary

Review: Hopkins is Sublime in 'The Father'

Review: Hopkins is Sublime in 'The Father'

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 4, 2021

Anthony Hopkins gives an award-winning performance as an elderly man dealing with the onslaught of dementia.

Review: 'The Little Things' a Chilling Neo-Noir Crime Thriller

Review: 'The Little Things' a Chilling Neo-Noir Crime Thriller

By Michael Cox | May 4, 2021

This chilling thriller contains some great performances.

Review: 'The Hot Spot (Special Edition)' is One of Hopper's Finest

Review: 'The Hot Spot (Special Edition)' is One of Hopper's Finest

By Frank J. Avella | May 4, 2021

Virginia Madsen owns "The Hot Spot," delivering a wacky, daring, off-the-cliff leap of a femme fatale performance.

Review: 'Sweet Liberty' Fun on Blu-ray, but Not Much More

Review: 'Sweet Liberty' Fun on Blu-ray, but Not Much More

By Frank J. Avella | May 4, 2021

For a mild diversion, and to see a trio of amazing actors (Pfeiffer, Caine & Hoskins) having some fun, pick up "Sweet Liberty." But for a truly biting Hollywood satire, pick up Robert Altman's "The Player," instead.

Review: 'The Last Married Couple In America' Falls Short of Greatness

Review: 'The Last Married Couple In America' Falls Short of Greatness

By Frank J. Avella | May 4, 2021

The film has its share of funny, offbeat, and wonderful moments, as well as a grounded and lovely performance by the always-underrated Natalie Wood.

Review: 'About Endlessness' a Pleasure that Offers Pleasures, Wonders

Review: 'About Endlessness' a Pleasure that Offers Pleasures, Wonders

By Kevin Taft | May 3, 2021

A poetic meditation on what it means to be alive, Roy Andersson's contemplative film is lovely, humorous, and sometimes mildly perplexing.

Review: 'Separation' Not Scary, Just Confusing

Review: 'Separation' Not Scary, Just Confusing

By Kevin Taft | May 3, 2021

"Separation" is more of a drama about a family tragedy that has horror elements awkwardly thrown in, than an effective supernatural fright fest.

Review: 'Switchblade Sisters' a Lovingly Restored '70s Grindhouse Treat

Review: 'Switchblade Sisters' a Lovingly Restored '70s Grindhouse Treat

By Ken Tasho | May 3, 2021

Arrow Video keeps churning out the long-lost Grindhouse titles from the 1970's low-budget drive-in circuit, offering up yet another tribute to a Jack Hill film.

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