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  • In director Mélanie Laurent's Galveston, an uneven but arrestingly beautiful drama, a hitman and a reluctant sex worker struggle to outrun their pasts. After surviving an ambush orchestrated by his crooked boss, hitman Roy (Ben...

  • In writer-director Jeremy Ungar's unconvincing thriller Ride, a ride-share driver meets two passengers who change his life. When he picks up new client Jessica (Bella Thorne), driver James (Jessie T. Usher) hopes that her, uh, company will...

  • There often comes a point when creatives must reconcile dreams with reality: Have things fallen into place? Or is the road to self-actualization still littered with obstacles? In Dim the Fluorescents, playwright Lillian (Naomi Skwarna) and...

  • Amid the flood of Harvey Weinstein allegations and the national conversation about sexual harassment and assault, Jessica Thompson's The Light of the Moon feels ultra-relevant. Here's a film, written and directed by a woman, that throws...

  • If Scream and Heathers shacked up and had murderous, millennial offspring, it might look a lot like Tragedy Girls. Director Tyler MacIntyre's darkly hilarious slasher flick mashes up the best of the old horror tropes (like...

  • Priest meets girl. Priest falls in love. Priest has crisis of faith. It's a tale as old as dogma, and with The Good Catholic, writer-director Paul Shoulberg doesn't try to reinvent it for the here and now. Daniel (Zachary Spicer) is a...

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