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‘The Wages of Fear’: A ticking time bomb and the damning...

“The Wages of Fear” opens in a barren Latin American town where the skies are clear and the humidity is palpable. The town’s geography...

‘Saltburn’ Review: Infiltrating the upper crust

Oliver (Barry Keoghan) is a freshman at Oxford University. His presence is anything but noteworthy — he’s dressed like a middle-aged penpusher and gets...

‘The Killer’: An assassin left to his thoughts

“The Killer,” David Fincher’s hitman thriller, stars Michael Fassbender as a nameless assassin who embarks on an international vendetta after a hit gone wrong...

Netflix’s ‘You’ captivates audiences in its return for its third season...

After a cliffhanger end to season two of “You,” fans of the show were eager for a new season of the show to be...

John Krasinski proves he’s no one-hit wonder with ‘A Quiet Place...

In 2018, John Krasinski captured many by surprise with his revolutionary horror film “A Quiet Place.” The notion of Jim from “The Office” writing,...

‘The Little Things’ doesn’t amount to much as it fails to...

Following the Christmas release of “Wonder Woman 1984,” Warner Bros. announced its new pandemic strategy — their 2021 film lineup would be released simultaneously...

‘Run’: An intense race between a menacious mother and a witty...

It’s no doubt parents have an impact on their children, either with their absence or presence. They have an indestructible attachment with their children...

The remake of the classic ‘Rebecca’ exceeds expectations in every aspect  

Netflix’s recent film, “Rebbeca,” a remake of Alfred Hitchock’s renowned 1940s version, captures notions of captivating terror, plot twists and multi-layered characters that transcend...

Reading Film 101: “Blue Velvet”

Love movies? Want to expand your movie-viewing toolbox to elaborate on why you love them so much? With “Reading Film 101,” we take great...

Split: a thrilling return to form for M. Night Shyamalan

Remember “The Happening”? What a stinker. Remember “Unbreakable”? What a classic. For a little over 10 years, director M. Night Shyamalan has been putting...