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MaryAnn’s quick take: Ambiguous, introspective, thoughtful. Censor is as weirdly uncomfortable as horror should be, and rarely is, as it examines how these movies can infect us. Niamh Algar is terrific, and deeply empathetic. Read the review…

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Dune (HBO Max)
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Mothers of the Revolution
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New Order
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Titane
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Old
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Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins
  
I’m planning to watch…
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Bergman Island

(films on regular VOD and/or DVD unless otherwise noted)

recent releases

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Candyman (premium VOD)
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The Card Counter (premium VOD)
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Copshop (premium VOD)
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The Loneliest Whale: The Search for 52
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Malignant
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Mayday
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The Nowhere Inn
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Pig
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Best Sellers
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Queenpins (Paramount+)
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Reminiscence (premium VOD)
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Rose: A Love Story
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Vivo
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Worth
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Cruella
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F9: The Fast Saga (aka Fast & Furious 9)
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Gunpowder Milkshake
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Joe Bell
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Karen
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Space Jam: A New Legacy
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The Unthinkable
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Violation
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The Voyeurs
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We Need to Do Something
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Zack Snyder’s Justice League

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worth paying multiplex prices for
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worth a look, but wait for DVD, unless your favorite actor is in it
red for no
give it a miss
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my reaction under consideration
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my reaction under gag order for now
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not yet seen by me
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