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Critic Spotlight

  • Nestor Bentancor
    Nestor Bentancor

    is an Uruguayan film critic living in Los Angeles. He produces bilingual written & video reviews for DesdeHollywood.com. Find Nestor @NestorCine

  • Hanna Flint
    Hanna Flint

    is a London-based critic & journalist. Her reviews have appeared in Time Out, Guardian, Dazed, Glamour, Total Film, & Syfy. Find Hanna @HannaFlint

  • Oggs Cruz
    Oggs Cruz

    is a Philippine film critic for Rappler. His reviews have appeared in Businessworld, The Philippine Star, & Rogue Magazine. Find Oggs @oggsmoggs

  • Shannon McGrew
    Shannon McGrew

    is the creator of Nightmarish Conjurings, where she reviews horror movies. Find Shannon @shannon_mcgrew

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  • Bloodline

    Even as the film makes us feel constantly uncomfortable for siding with the devil, it undermines the simplicity of reducing either Evan or his errant quarry to devils.

    Anton Bitel, SciFiNow

  • Jawline

    The documentary's most notable strength is how it values the young, overwhelmingly female fans of social media influencers.

    Jenna Benchetrit, Nonfics

  • Nekrotronic

    Nekrotronic is fundamentally nonsense, but how much you'll spring for said nonsense depends entirely on your tolerance for throw-everything-at-the-wall schlock. All things considered, you may find yourself wishing you had more fun with it.

    Shaun Munro, Flickering Myth

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