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    SXSW 2017: “Tragedy Girls” Review

    Above all else, Tyler MacIntyre’s Tragedy Girls is a satirical takedown of hashtag culture and the very nature of online deceptiveness as seen through the eyes of two fame-obsessed high school girls. The girls in [...]
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    “The Devil’s Candy” Review

    Satan has a long history with both the horror genre of cinema and the metal genre of music. Much like the heavy metal horror films of the 1980s, Sean Byrne’s sophomore directorial effort, The Devil’s Candy, [...]
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    SXSW 2017: “Like Me” Review

    Robert Mockler’s Like Me is a film that takes a lot of chances. Everything from its stylized aesthetic and unusual narrative to its cinematography choices and inconsistent editing feels very bold, and the results vary as [...]
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    SXSW 2017: “Mayhem” Review

    In more ways than one, Joe Lynch’s Mayhem is a movie about life. At any given moment, the focus may be on ending a person’s life or taking one’s own life back, but the film [...]