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LOOKBACK REVIEW: Electrick Children (2012)

In his debut review for Black Hole Online, Nazeer Vawda takes a look at a cult curio…

The only reason I watched Electrick Children… 658 more words

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REVIEW: Gabriel

Lou Howe’s “Gabriel” relies almost exclusively on two storytelling techniques: the slow parsing of details (as opposed to expository information) and dramatic irony.  From the outset, we can tell that Rory Culkin’s eponymous protagonist has something slightly off in his personality.   252 more words

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Quick Recommendation: Electrick Children

What a weird, wonderful film.

It’s rare that a straightforward drama surprises us anymore, either because we know the story beats or because we simply find the film uninspired.   166 more words

Gabriel. Trailer. Rory Culkin. Lou Howe. David Call.

A troubled young man searches obsessively for his first love, risking everything in an increasingly desperate pursuit.

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A Decade Later: 10 Highest Grossing Films of 2002

The summer of 2002 was the first summer after a challenging fall and winter for the world. This could account for why the top four movies of the year were sci-fi or fantasy pieces. 461 more words

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Oh Hell Yes: VICE's Next Film Is Based On The True Story Of Norwegian Black Metal Murders

There are few stories so luridly fascinating as the suicide, murders, and church burnings supposedly carried out by Satanic Norwegian black metal musicians in the early 1990s, and now VICE is turning it into a film. 713 more words

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Mean Creek (Estes, 2004)

An independent project by a young American director, Jacob Aaron Estes, making his feature debut, Mean Creek (2004) stands as a prime example of noteworthy films that initially fly in under the radar.  524 more words

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