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  • All About Evil

    ★★★★

  • Erzulie

    ★★★

  • Dark Glasses

    ★★★★

  • The Huntress of Auschwitz

    ½

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  • All About Evil

    All About Evil

    ★★★★

    All About Evil features one of the most imaginatively twisted pre-titles credits I’ve seen. A young girl (Mikayla Rosario) is introducing a matinee of The Wizard of Oz at the local theater owned by her father (Robin Calvert, Swim Team, In Search of the Black Knight). As her sneering stepmother (Julie Caitlin Brown, Babylon 5, Lover’s Knot), appropriately made up as The Wicked Witch, looks on the poor girl’s nerves cause her to wet herself. That, in turn, leads to…

  • Erzulie

    Erzulie

    ★★★

    Erzulie is a Haitian voodoo goddess and a protector of women and children. It’s also the title of the debut feature from director Christine Chen and her co-writer Camille Gladney which places the goddess in a Louisianna swamp with some vacationing women who are going to need some protection.

    Wendy (Courtney Oliviér, Natural Disasters, Intrusions), Zoe (Fay Smalling, Scare Package, Infinity Baby), Violet (Elizabeth Trieu, No Loss, No Gain, #Slaughterhouse), and Allison (Haley Raines, His Stretch of Texas Ground) are…

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  • Captive

    Captive

    ★★★★

    Captive opens with Lily (Tori Kostic,Altergeist) and Neil (Jarius Carey, Beverly Hills Bandits) in the woods. Lily has a very noticeable bruise on her forehead. Given the film’s title (it was shot and played festivals as Katherine’s Lullaby)the first assumption is he is responsible. And this is only the first time this film will have you making false assumptions. As it turns out it was her stepfather, whom she’s running away from who gave her it and several others.

    When…

  • Escape the Field

    Escape the Field

    ★★★

    A group of strangers wake up somewhere with no idea of where they are, how they got there, or why they’re there. Sound familiar? That’s the starting point of Escape the Field, a new thriller from first-time feature director Emerson Moore and his co-writers Sean Wathen and Joshua Dobkin.

    Sam (Jordan Claire Robbins, The Umbrella Academy, Anon) wakes up, still in her scrubs, in a cornfield with a revolver and one bullet beside her. While she’s trying to figure out…