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Review: While Not Terrifying, 'No One Gets Out Alive' Provides a Modicum of Thrills

Review: While Not Terrifying, 'No One Gets Out Alive' Provides a Modicum of Thrills

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Sep 30
The title is an empty promise, but "No One Gets Out Alive" has its share of chills and frights.

Review: 'My Name Is Pauli Murray' Reveals the Story of a Groundbreaking Queer Activist

Review: 'My Name Is Pauli Murray' Reveals the Story of a Groundbreaking Queer Activist

MOVIES | By Karin McKie | Sep 27
This 90-minute documentary reveals the story of writer/lawyer/priest Pauli Murray, a groundbreaking activist.

Review: 'Foundation' Brings Isaac Asimov's Seminal Sci-Fi Classic to the Screen

Review: 'Foundation' Brings Isaac Asimov's Seminal Sci-Fi Classic to the Screen

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 24
This ten-episode adaptation of Isaac Asimov's sci-fi classic becomes an intense thrill ride that's carried along by exquisite design work and suspenseful character arcs.

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Sep 24
Based on a Danish thriller, "The Guilty" is an interesting idea, but gets too caught up in subplots to be truly effective.

Review: 'Trans In Trumpland' Road Trips to Hope Set Against Hate

Review: 'Trans In Trumpland' Road Trips to Hope Set Against Hate

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 17
These four episodes offer a potent and wide-ranging exploration of the diverse array of trans Americans and the political background against which they struggle and even thrive.

Review: 'Kate' is Fun, But Hopelessly Confused

Review: 'Kate' is Fun, But Hopelessly Confused

MOVIES | By Derek Deskins | Sep 10
When this film relishes its skills, it's a stylish hyper violent thrill ride bathed in neon lights that's so exhilarating you'll have to fight the urge to shout words of encouragement at the screen.

Review: 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Gets It Right

Review: 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Gets It Right

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Sep 7
The fans have spoken! After an online campaign no one imagined, HBO Max reboots the DC Cinematic Universe, setting things right with the ultimate DC heroes!

Review: 'He's All That' a Shallow, Soulless Retread

Review: 'He's All That' a Shallow, Soulless Retread

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Aug 27
"He's All That" may lead to you craving something due to its overt product placements, but it won't be to finish their shallow, soulless retread.

Review: Academia, English, Ageism, and Alcoholism in Amanda Peet's 'The Chair'

Review: Academia, English, Ageism, and Alcoholism in Amanda Peet's 'The Chair'

TELEVISION | By Karin McKie | Aug 20
Sandra Oh takes charge of Pembroke University's English department.

Review: 'CODA' Welcomes Us into a Family We May Never Forget

Review: 'CODA' Welcomes Us into a Family We May Never Forget

MOVIES | By Jocelyn Noveck | Aug 17
If there's a flaw to "CODA," it may be that it wears its brimming heart on its sleeve and sometimes verges on the formulaic. But then again, so what?

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