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  • Ani  Bundel
    Ani Bundel

    Ani Bundel is a TV Writer for Elite Daily and WETA and contributes regularly to NBC News THINK and Culturess. Find Ani @anibundel

  • LaToya  Ferguson
    LaToya Ferguson

    LaToya Ferguson has reviewed for Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian, Paste, and is a regular contributor to the A.V. Club. Find LaToya @lafergs

  • Remezcla

    Remezcla publishes reviews and other articles geared toward a modern Latinx audience. Find Remezcla remezcla.com

  • Bill  Arceneaux
    Bill Arceneaux

    Steeped in the NOLA film scene, Bill Arceneaux is a freelancer of 8 years who currently writes for Big Easy Magazine. Find Bill @billreviews

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Triple Threat

Your scorecard will be full, which is the point.

Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times


Aside from one early skirmish and the rather chaotic escape itself, Burke's thoughtful script mostly unfolds without the usual prison-movie tumult.

Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times

Vision Portraits

An evocative meditation on sight, cinema, and the tools of filmmaking.

John Fink, The Film Stage


Nude per l'assassino (Strip Nude for Your Killer)

As usual, Arrow knocked it out of the park with this release, but the film itself is a bit average aside from the presence of Edwige Fenech.

Adam Patterson, Film Pulse

Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

One of the greatest of American satires finally hits high-definition video with an okay transfer of an inferior source, highlighting the need for future restoration.

Jake Cole, Slant Magazine

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Sony's Blu-ray does right by the film's aesthetic wonders and includes a plethora of kid- and adult-friendly extras that dig into the complexity of the animation.

Jake Cole, Slant Magazine

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