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Review: 'The Velvet Underground' Looks Back on a Vibrant NYC Scene with Scintillating Style

Review: 'The Velvet Underground' Looks Back on a Vibrant NYC Scene with Scintillating Style

MOVIES | By Lewis Whittington | Oct 15
Todd Haynes's fascinating doc about The Velvets also documents a unique era in NYC when it was a mecca for avant-garde artists of every stripe.

Review: 'Introducing, Selma Blair' Funny, Relatable

Review: 'Introducing, Selma Blair' Funny, Relatable

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Oct 15
Honest and heartbreaking, "Introducing, Selma Blair" shows the actress facing her greatest role: Herself.

Review: 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' is Saddled With a Lackluster Script

Review: 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' is Saddled With a Lackluster Script

TELEVISION | By Kevin Taft | Oct 14
More like "I Know What Terrible People Did Last Summer and I Don't Care."

Review: Barbara Hershey Can't Save 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Manor'

Review: Barbara Hershey Can't Save 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Manor'

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Oct 13
"The Manor" is a stylistic mess that struggles to terrify, or even captivate, for its meager runtime.

Review: 'Madame X' is the Music Event of the Season

Review: 'Madame X' is the Music Event of the Season

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Oct 8
Madonna brings down the house in her newest concert documentary, "Madame X," premiering on Paramount+ and captured live during her unprecedented theatrical world tour.

Review: Despite an Interesting Mythology, 'The Secret Of Sinchanee' Lacks Impact

Review: Despite an Interesting Mythology, 'The Secret Of Sinchanee' Lacks Impact

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Oct 8
It takes a long time to uncover "The Secret of the Sinchanee," and even then it's not much of a revelation.

Review: While Not Terrifying, 'No One Gets Out Alive' Provides a Modicum of Thrills

Review: While Not Terrifying, 'No One Gets Out Alive' Provides a Modicum of Thrills

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Sep 30
The title is an empty promise, but "No One Gets Out Alive" has its share of chills and frights.

Review: 'My Name Is Pauli Murray' Reveals the Story of a Groundbreaking Queer Activist

Review: 'My Name Is Pauli Murray' Reveals the Story of a Groundbreaking Queer Activist

MOVIES | By Karin McKie | Sep 27
This 90-minute documentary reveals the story of writer/lawyer/priest Pauli Murray, a groundbreaking activist.

Review: 'Foundation' Brings Isaac Asimov's Seminal Sci-Fi Classic to the Screen

Review: 'Foundation' Brings Isaac Asimov's Seminal Sci-Fi Classic to the Screen

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 24
This ten-episode adaptation of Isaac Asimov's sci-fi classic becomes an intense thrill ride that's carried along by exquisite design work and suspenseful character arcs.

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Sep 24
Based on a Danish thriller, "The Guilty" is an interesting idea, but gets too caught up in subplots to be truly effective.

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