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“Everything, Everything” is a pile of nothing, nothing
 

Despite two perfectly talented fresh-faced leads and all the gloss it can muster, Everything, Everything is bl...

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“The Dark Mile” will leave you pleasingly perplexed
 

Matthew Wilson saw British folk-horror The Dark Mile at Edinburgh International Film Festival and was remind...

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Damien Power proves a fearless horror director with “Killing Ground”
 

First time feature director Damien Power creates a relentlessly tense, and stomach-churningly brutal, ride for...

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“Pilgrimage” may be a tough slog, but it’s worth it
 

Matthew Wilson breaks his vow of silence on star-studded medieval journey Pilgrimage, but is the film worth sh...

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