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New to Home Video 5/7/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 5/7/24: On its most superficial level, David Redmon and Ashley Sabin‘s Kim’s Video is a kind of fan movie. In recounting the history and the strange story of the aftermath of the legendary New York...

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New to Home Video 3/26/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 3/26/24: Kitty Green’s narrative debut – 2019’s The Assistant – was one of the most striking independent films of the past five years, portraying a complex series of systems and personal compromises...

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New to Home Video 3/12/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 3/12/24: Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Favourite, Dogtooth) has never been one for subtlety, though at least he can look to novelist Alasdair Gray for giving him a character named God who...

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New to Home Video 2/27/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 2/27/24: Nicolas Cage has a problem. I am not referring, here, to Paul Matthews, the character he plays in the new film Dream Scenario, though we’ll get to him in short...

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New to Home Video 2/20/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 2/20/24: Even at the start, the vacation is not going well – Leon (Thomas Schubert) and Felix (Langston Uibel) are meant to spend a week or so at the latter’s...

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New to Home Video 1/30/24

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 1/30/24: There are few things more unpleasant than a movie with immense promise coming up as empty as John Woo’s Silent Night does. Woo, one of the masters of action cinema, makes...

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New to Home Video 12/19/23

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 12/19/23: Before writing reviews, before podcasting, before film school… There was a time in my life, a time called childhood, when I lacked the vocabulary and the sophistication to really...

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New to Home Video 12/12/23

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 12/12/23: Big-budget science fiction is filled with gearheads bereft of emotional urgency. They serve well a modern audience uninterested in storytelling, constantly posting gray-toned CGI comps several degrees removed from...

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New to Home Video 11/21/23

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 11/21/23: According to the text onscreen at the beginning of the film, Hlynur Pálmason‘s Godland is inspired by a collection of 19th century photographic plates discovered in the Icelandic wilderness, apparently taken by...

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New to Home Video 10/31/23

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 10/31/23 Dead Reckoning Part One is the seventh Mission: Impossible film – just about everyone knows what we’re in for here, and unusually, that’s not a detriment. Despite some minor variation, especially across...

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