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‘I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking)’ Works as a Pandemic-Era Film


This debut from Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina looks at homelessness in a timely manner.

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‘Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil’ Loses Its Voice


In her new YouTube documentary, Demi Lovato has to compete with others who are also intent on telling her story for her.

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‘The Lost Sons’ Turns a Lost Childhood Into a Cinematic Crisis


Ursula Macfarlane’s buzzy SXSW documentary explores what happens when one man’s search for the truth becomes an obsession.

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21 Movies We Can’t Wait to Watch (Virtually) at SXSW 2021


We’re kicking off our coverage of SXSW 2020’s virtual film festival with a list of the movies we can’t wait to watch (from the safety of our homes).

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SXSW Partners With Amazon Prime Video To Bring 2020 Festival Online


Partnering with Amazon Prime Video, SXSW 2020 is launching a free 10-Day film festival to ease our woes.

The Curse Of La Llorona

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Review: Someone Saw ‘The Conjuring’ But Forgot to Take Notes


Turns out the real curse were the generic and bland scares we met along the way.

Fast Color

‘Fast Color’ Review: A Superhero Movie for a Broken World


With ‘Fast Color,’ Julia Hart encourages women everywhere to create a better world from the broken remains of this one.


‘Snatchers’ Review: Say Hello to Your Morning Laughter Pill


Filmmakers Stephen Cedars and Benji Kleiman deliver a hilarious and gory romp that will leave you smiling.

Tone Deaf

Richard Bates Jr. Says We’re All Targets in ‘Tone-Deaf’


We talk with the writer/director about his latest horror film and why we’re all culpable for the world we’ve inherited.