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      Cass Clarke

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      Sparkler (1998) "Sparkler" serves us with slice-of-life queer acceptance, camp, and curiosity. - Slashfilm
      Read More | Posted Jan 27, 2023
      On the Edge (2022) He regresses into a child-like state, triggered by the sexplay, making this film feel like unnecessary torture for shock value instead of an empathetic look as sex-positive kink. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Dec 23, 2022
      Darby and the Dead (2022) A love letter to those grieving, reminding us not to forget to celebrate life. - Slashfilm
      Read More | Posted Dec 01, 2022
      The Menu (2022) The Menu invites us not to mindlessly consume, but to savor all it has to offer. - Daily Dead
      Read More | Posted Nov 20, 2022
      Who Invited Them (2022) Even though the film's small talk carefully sows seeds for dramatic tension later, the characters' reactions aren't sharp enough to land what feels like a half-hearted followthrough. - Slashfilm
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2022
      Good Madam (2021) Prepare for a crescendo-like pace from a film that asks you to turn off your phone, settle in, and listen carefully. - Slashfilm
      Read More | Posted Oct 04, 2022
      Night's End (2022) Night's End brings a lot of intriguing ideas to the surface around the strange powers of isolation but it ultimately doesn't stick its landing. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 31, 2022
      Barbarians (2021) IFC Midnight's Barbarians examines toxic masculinity through the lens of a home invasion thriller that ultimately muddles its messaging. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 31, 2022
      X (2022) X paints the screen with a sensual bloodbath that serves up plenty of well-timed thrills with a harrowing message. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 24, 2022
      Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) A24's Everything Everywhere All At Once is one of the best sci-fi films ever made, filled with fantastic action set-pieces and loads of heart. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 24, 2022
      Playdurizm (2020) Playdurizm unwinds its devasting mystery slowly with gleeful amounts of macabre plot twists and plenty of techno color confidence. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 07, 2022
      The Long Walk (2019) The Long Walk reigns in a new haunting era for horror cinema with a punk rock-level confidence that embraces subverting expectations. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Mar 07, 2022
      Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) While, for the most part, director David Blue Garcia stitches together an enjoyable romp, the film can't seem to decide whose story it's telling and why. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Feb 18, 2022
      Those Who Walk Away (2022) Rippberger's directing overall provides enough twists and turns to make up for a slow start. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2022
      Cosmic Dawn (2022) Although Cosmic Dawn starts as a seemingly predictable sci-fi thriller, it lands with wondrous energy that's beaming with gorgeous imagery. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Feb 09, 2022
      Saul at Night (2019) Saul at Night is a somberly existential look at the lengths individuals go to fiscally provide for their family -- despite the emotional costs. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jan 29, 2022
      Scream (2022) WithBettinelli-Olpin and Gillett at the helm, Woodsboro's teens are in good hands. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jan 12, 2022
      The Unforgivable (2021) Although Netflix's Unforgivable might meander at times, it's a delight to watch Sandra Bullock's pitch-perfect and harrowing performance. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Dec 18, 2021
      The Old Ways (2021) The Old Ways boasts a tight cast that impressively manages to convey most of the film's tension and pace through glances. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2021
      Um Fio de Baba Escarlate (2020) Filmed in a 4:3 ratio and drenched in a moody atmosphere, Name Above Title is nevertheless a sharp arthouse film that will leave audiences with plenty to discuss. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2021
      Ouija Japan (2021) Ouija Japan lands as more of a wily action thriller than a horror movie. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2021
      To the Moon (2021) To the Moon lays out an intricate trap for its trio to stumble into and it is thrilling to watch -- especially since it manages to shock by only using one set piece for its entire runtime. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2021
      Nightbooks (2021) Even if it would be enough to see Ritter's witch cackle while near-stabbing the eyes of children, she too receives a backstory that adds a worthy dimension to her role. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Sep 22, 2021
      Hellbender (2021) Adams' Izzy is incredibly genuine and her performance is fueled by just the right level of teenage defiance and gun-shy antics. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Sep 02, 2021
      Martyrs Lane (2021) Off the bat, Martyrs Lane evokes an eerie tone through its ever-watchful lead and shadowy glimpses of fear. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Sep 02, 2021
      Vacation Friends (2021) Vacation Friends makes good on its promise to deliver exactly what you'd expect to see in a film like this... For those needing a break from, well, everything, set your sights on Vacation Friends and leave the comedy to the professionals. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Sep 02, 2021
      The Boy Behind the Door (2020) The Boy Behind the Door is a thrillingly paced and heartfelt tale that'll surely charm horror buffs -- especially ones who love carefully plotted abduction tales. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Aug 05, 2021
      Sweetie, You Won't Believe It (2020) It might take a lot of explosions and gunshots to get there, but the film does eventually show the beauty of men being vulnerable amongst each other. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Aug 05, 2021
      Kratt (2020) It doesn't take the easy way out -- structure-wise, pacing-wise -- and that's kind of the point. At the very least, it'll reward repeat viewings. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Aug 05, 2021
      Jolt (2021) Watching the action star dig her heels into some comedy for a change while landing punches is also a pleasant surprise that will charm viewers. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jul 30, 2021
      The Call (2020) Although it doesn't quite land, it's worth noting that Stibbs frames the narrative in an intriguing way and creates an inventive premise behind the film's deadly mayhem. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jul 19, 2021
      Gunpowder Milkshake (2021) While some viewers might want the A-list trio of assassins to be deployed sooner to help Sam and Emily, it's entirely worth the wait when they are. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jul 19, 2021
      No Sudden Move (2021) No Sudden Move has an impressive and extensive ensemble cast that rises to the occasion of a film that will keep audiences guessing who to trust and who will survive. - CBR
      Read More | Posted Jul 03, 2021
      Mortal Kombat (2021) Mortal Kombat feels like a well-thought-out fake-out. - CBR
      Read More | Posted May 12, 2021
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