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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, US/Can, from Nov 13-16

A simple listing of new releases and other stuff currently available.

new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, UK/Ire, from Nov 12

A simple listing of new releases and other stuff currently available.

A Private War movie review: this is not fake news (#LFF2018)

A moving and important portrait of legendary Times of London foreign correspondent Marie Colvin. We need more movies like this,…

They Shall Not Grow Old documentary review: more museum exhibit than movie (#LFF2018)

There’s a poignant eeriness to this modernization of WWI footage: we are looking into a past that feels touchably close…

movies by or about women opening US/Can from Wed Nov 07

Claire Foy takes over as the dragon-tattooed Lisbeth Salander; more...

movies by or about women opening UK/Ire from Tue Nov 06

Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, and Cynthia Erivo go a-heistin’; more...

Widows movie review: the women left to clean up men’s messes (#LFF2018)

A heist movie that is gripping and badass, elegant and assured. You could ignore all the social-justice-warrior stuff and just…

Overlord movie review: underwhelmed

This Nazis-with-supernatural-weapons horror schlock drags its feet getting to its fantastical elements and then does absolutely nothing interesting with them,…

The Grinch movie review: he’s not much of a mean one, actually

Candy-colored slapstick and kindergarten-level humor make this perfectly suitable for small children, and perfectly bland and inoffensive to the adults…

The Front Runner movie review: when politics turned tabloid (#LFF2018)

Snappy Sorkin-esque banter, 80s nostalgia, and Hugh Jackman in a bad wig yet still hot as hell. But also an…