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‘The Devil All The Time’ follows an unholy preacher, a twisted couple, and crooked sheriff as they converge around young Arvin Russell as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.

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‘Rent-A-Pal’ is a strange thriller about the horror of loneliness. Perfect for this time, the themes, comedy, and performances make for an exhilarating viewing experience.

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‘The Owners’ is a slow-burn home-invasion thriller that’s not very thrilling or worthy of Maisie Williams’ talent.

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‘Class Action Park’ is tonally all over the place, but ultimately an entertaining doc on an unusual subject.

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‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ has a talented, diverse cast, but is too frenetic to connect with.

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A quick-cut assault on the senses brimming with flashbacks and text overlays, ‘Get Duked!’ feels like an 85-minute TikTok video.

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A heist goes wrong following the events of Hurricane Katrina.

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‘Desert One’ recounts the failed mission to save hostages during the Iran Hostage Crisis of the 1980s.

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‘Unhinged’ is a 2020 American thriller that follows a young woman who is harassed by a seemingly unstable stranger (Russell Crowe) following a road-rage incident.

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‘Tesla’ is a bizarre biopic telling the story of the famous electrical inventor. The film excels with its unique storytelling and a wonderful performance by Eve Hewson.

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A genre-bending romp through the old west that mixes cowboys with cauldrons, ‘The Pale Door’ is bloody good fun.

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Jay Baruchel’s ‘Random Acts of Violence’ is a steady stream of unpleasant encounters which alternate between teeth-grinding interpersonal interactions and blunt physical violence.

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‘Boys State’ is a wonderful documentary capturing the mock political conflict of the 2018 Texas Boys State. Full of emotions and symbolism, it’s an insightful look into the current state of American politics.

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‘Murder in the Woods’ is a standard mainstream slasher, which means that, while the multicultural casting is something new, the way in which the cast is utilized isn’t.

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A suspense thriller desperately short on suspense, ‘The Silencing’ feels less like a fully formed movie and more like the first cut of a first draft.

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