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Podcasting Them Softly is thrilled to present a discussion with production designer Chad Keith! Chad‘s newest film, Loving, from writer/director Jeff Nichols, hits theaters this weekend in limited release, with more cities being added each week to its nationwide roll-out.

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Film Review

The Llama Show - Day 7959

Good Morning, if you may.

As you know, my name is Llama, at least my internet name. I plan on returning to my Truman Show, which is this blog, and I’ll try to post more and more. 147 more words


Thursday Movie Picks: Cults/Secret Societies

This week’s my movie picks are weird. Like, there is one very popular and highly loved recommendation, there’s an indie recommendation that should be known to most, and then there’s a teen-flick with supernatural powers and Sebastian Stan. 335 more words


Childhood of a Leader Trailer

Timely.  Childhood of a Leader, a film about the making of a Fascist, is Brady Corbet’s directorial début.  The Guardian gave it a five-star review… 149 more words


Review: Queen Of Earth

With its lakeside setting in upstate New York and its depiction of post traumatic psychological fallout, Alex Ross Perry’s Queen Of Earth feels like a kindred spirit to Sean Durkin’s similarly themed and structured 2011 feature  925 more words


Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) directed by Sean Durkin. Starring Elizabeth Olsen, John Hawkes, and Sarah Paulson. One of the most horrifying films I have ever seen.


Accessory to a Crime? Emma Cline’s 'The Girls' Recasts the Cult Murder Story

America has a current cultural fascination with the girls of gurus and grifters. Over the last few years, stories about young women who survived cult scenarios in various forms have emerged and found popularity. 1,910 more words