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For many casual film fans, the idea of watching a period movie brings to mind tales of pomposity and regality. However, that couldn’t be further from the case in the upcoming period film, “Judy & Punch.” As seen in the new trailer for “Judy & P…

“When is it happening?” asks Jonathan (Anson Boon), though we’re not quite sure, through the early passages of Roger Michell’s “Blackbird,” what “it” is. We know that Lily (Susan Sarandon) is having trouble getting around, and only seems to be using on…

Aiming to dissect crude entertainment that relies on violence to induce laughter, as well as its repercussions in interpersonal relationships and society at large; Australian actress-turned-director Mirrah Foulkes (“Animal Kingdom“) repurpo…

On this episode of Adjust Your Tracking, Joe and I dig into two new horror movies that infuse the genre with humor and oddball, off-kilter twists and turns. Or, at least, they try. There’s the latest from “Nightcrawler” writer/directo…

Mia Wasikowska‘s latest film, “Piercing,” is a most unconventional love story between two highly disturbed individuals. “Piercing” is Nicolas Pesce‘s followup to his critically acclaimed directorial debut, “The…

Way back in September 2018 (feels like ages ago, before fall film festivals and awards talk dominated our lives), we reported that a new film from director Antonio Campos, best known for his film “Christine,” was going to be shopped around with an abso…

One of the biggest complaints, outside of the terrible acting, horrible dialogue, and overall bad filmmaking, about the “Fifty Shades of Grey” franchise is the lack of real kinky, BDSM-style sex. The film franchise touches on it, but the never really d…

Filmmaker Nicolas Pesce burst onto the scene in a big way at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival with his debut feature, the startlingly reassured “The Eyes Of My Mother,” a twisted horror movie rooted in a kind of disturbed empathy about a wom…

Not only is fall festival season the time for lucky film fans to see some of the best movies of the year, but it’s also a time for actors, producers, and filmmakers to sell their latest project to studios. And while we’ve already heard about a couple h…