SYNCHRONIC: A Beautiful but Tragically Confused Time Travel Tale

A great film is marred by issues of race that confuse Benson and Moorhead’s otherwise brilliant story.

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Mental Illness, Art, & Jungian Shadows in DANIEL ISN’T REAL

Give in to your shadowy side. Or else.

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Too Old to Die Young— Volume 3: “The Hermit”

Martin’s now a detective. He meets a dangerous one-eyed man.

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SUSPIRIA Bathes in (Blood &) the Power of Women

Luca Guadagnino carves out his own territory in horror cinema history with his remake of Dario Argento’s SUSPIRIA

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Channel Zero – The Dream Door, Episode 4: “Bizarre Love Triangle”

Pretzel Jack just keeps on trying to kill, unless Jill can find a way to stop him.

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Channel Zero – The Dream Door, Episode 3: “Love Hurts”

Jill and Tom have to confront their damaged marriage before there’s more murder

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Channel Zero – The Dream Door, Episode 2: “Where Did You Sleep Last Night?”

Jill’s trying to figure out her own head, when Pretzel Jack strikes again, even closer to home.

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Channel Zero – The Dream Door, Episode 1: “Ashes On My Pillow”

Tom and Jill Hodgson move into a new house, where they find a strange door in the basement.

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LEFT BANK: A Horror Allegory on the Eternal Return of Existence

What happens when a dark piece of horror all the way through ends with a tunnel of light?

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A Dangerous Method: The Unbearable Burden of Knowing Freud and Jung

A Dangerous Method. 2011. Directed by David Cronenberg. Screenplay by Christopher Hampton, based on his play The Talking Cure. Starring Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Gadon, & Vincent Cassel. Telefilm Canada/Ontario Media Development Corporation/Corus Entertainment/eOne Films. Rated 14A. 99 minutes. Biography/Drama ★★★★ I’ll say it loud and proud ’till the day I die:Continue reading “A Dangerous Method: The Unbearable Burden of Knowing Freud and Jung”

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