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Moon Rock for Monday

‘Moon Rock for Monday’ Is a Different Kind of Road Movie

From writer-director Kurt Martin, Moon Rock for Monday is a fresh mix of the road, coming of age, and criminals on the run genres. Martin …

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Top Films to Celebrate Black History Month

by Jake Rubenstein    As our celebration for Black History Month continues, Fandor is proud to present five essential films that best highlight Black culture …


A Girl Like Her is a New Look at Bullying

By Caroline Madden Stories about bullying are typically told through hard-hitting documentaries or tear-jerking dramas; Amy S. Weber’s A Girl Like Her combines both genres …


Trailer Park Thursday: “The Party’s Just Beginning” and “Gloria Bell”

Astrologers have long pointed to two major planetary transits as turning points in life: the first Saturn return, which affects those in their late twenties, …

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Melissa McCarthy Gets Meta

Melissa McCarthy is a comedy goddess who has forged her reputation by breathing unexpected life, humor, and charm into shallow characters and thin premises. The …

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Trailer Park Thursday: “Escape Room” and “The Curse of La Llorona”

Happy Halloween! Now that we’ve thoroughly binged on both candy and scary movies, we’re frantically trying to figure out how we can make this feeling …

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Luca Guadagnino’s “Suspiria” Casts an Unforgettable Spell

Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria is not a remake of Dario Argento’s classic of the same name. And it’s all the better for it; it’s intellectual, feminist, …


“The Old Man and the Gun” Hits an Easy Target

Warning: spoilers ahead. When it comes to Hollywood legends, there are few who compare to Robert Redford. The career of this Academy Award-winning actor and …

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40 Years Later, “Halloween” Finally Has a Worthy (and Spooky) Sequel

Warning: Spoilers ahead. There’s evilness inherent in the world, one that feels senseless and violent. It terrorizes people who see it, leaving them with a …


“Vox Lux” is a Lurid Allegorical Spectacle

Writer-director Brady Corbet’s new movie, Vox Lux, is the most fascinating mixed bag of 2018. As with his directorial debut, The Childhood of a Leader …

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