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      Only Lovers Left Alive (2013) Todd Gilchrist Only Lovers Left Alive is at its most powerful, and beautiful, when it's concentrating on how the search for immortality, or life's meaning, is found not in time spent, or accomplishments achieved, but in love shared with someone else.
      Posted Apr 10, 2014
      Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013) Todd Gilchrist A sprawling, idiosyncratic film that attempts to recontextualize the events of its predecessor, Wan's sequel is ambitious but shortsighted, creepy but cartoonish, but utterly watchable.
      Posted Sep 15, 2013
      The Conjuring (2013) Todd Gilchrist Thoughtful where its competition is glib, featuring substantive and relatable characters, and steadily-paced where most feel lackadaisical, Wan has made a truly great movie. And I'm only talking about the parts that I saw from between my fingers.
      Posted Jun 27, 2013
      Maniac (2012) Todd Gilchrist The kind of empty brutality modern horror feebly disguises as unvarnished realism, Maniac offers a literal first-person perspective in an attempt to create either empathy or complicity, but instead generates only repulsion, or more often, boredom.
      Posted Jun 24, 2013
      Stoker (2013) Todd Gilchrist A visual feast whose psychosexual boilerplate proves intriguingly complex, Stoker is a born classic - a brilliant English-language crossover effort for Park that doubles as a genre-transcending triumph.
      Posted Jun 12, 2013
      Stitches (2012) Todd Gilchrist Aiming for a gruesomely silly vibe that plays like equal parts American Pie and Evil Dead 2, Stitches preys on teenage foibles and clown clichés alike, offering mostly solid if not quite cult-classic-level fun.
      Posted Jun 12, 2013
      Kiss of the Damned (2012) Todd Gilchrist a significantly more mature - and sexy - take on vampire romance, approaching its subject with sophistication and sensuality even as it indulges in gore and terror that's as metaphorical as it is visceral.
      Posted Jun 12, 2013
      V/H/S/2 (2013) Todd Gilchrist Its seven directors surpass the imagination and intensity of those in the original V/H/S, reiterating the format's importance as both a showcase for interstitial creativity between feature-length projects and a testing ground for future ones.
      Posted Jun 12, 2013
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