Sundance 2015

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Mississippi Grind – Sundance 2015

Mississippi Grind, directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, tells the story of Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn), a talented but debt

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Knock Knock – Sundance 2015

First off, Knock Knock is Eli Roth’s fifth and arguably most accomplished feature to date, redeeming his CV after hollow hark-back cannibal flick, The Green Inferno.

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Reversal – Sundance 2015

Eve (Tina Ivlev) has been chained in a dismal basement for some time, the victim of an obsessive sexual predator, Phil

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Christmas Again – Sundance 2015

Ever been dumped at Christmas? If so, Charles Poekel’s yuletide misery tale Christmas, Again will prove unfortunately

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Best of Enemies – Sundance 2015

Two of American political history’s most arresting conservationists, will forever be heavy weight republican William F. Buckley and lizard-tongued liberal Gore

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Finders Keepers – Sundance 2015

Finder Keepers may just sport one of the most bizarre, madcap, premises for a documentary ever. If not that, then it at

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The Witch – Sundance 2015

Robert Eggers debut feature as writer/director, The Witch, is the kind of abstract horror feature that can either flounder in

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What Happened Miss Simone? – Sundance 2015

Nina Simone is one of those people who requires no introduction, but after viewing Liz Garbus’ stellar documentary What Happened, Miss Simone?, you might be

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It Follows – Sundance 2015

Aside from its prologue, which introduces the threat and what it does, David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows presents a hazy kind of

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