High Life’s Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson Dissect the Film’s Messages About Prison

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Claire Denis’ High Life is a film you have to go into while in the right frame of mind in order to even begin understanding it. As discombobulated as the first viewing might leave you feeling, it also ends in a way that urges you to go back and watch it again with a more discerning, adjusted perspective now that…

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Claire Denis’ High Life Gets Lost in the Void of Its Own Imagination

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Going by the trailer for Claire Denis’ High Life, you’d get the impression that the film was an unsettling science-future thriller about criminals launched into space believing themselves to be on an important mission to investigate a black hole—when in reality, they’re the subjects of twisted reproductive…

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The First Eerie Trailer for Ari Aster’s Midsommar Turns a Cult Into Paradise

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In Hereditary director Ari Aster’s latest film Midsommar, a vacationing couple find themselves transported to a dreamlike Swedish village where the locals are unnervingly friendly, the land is lush, and a distinct kind of horror lurks just out of the camera’s sight. Though you know it’s just waiting to reveal itself.

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The Hole in the Ground Looks to Breathe Creepy New Life Into the Spooky-Kid Horror Genre

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Horror fans know that for every really great spooky-kid character (The Shining twins, Damien from The Omen) there are dozens who just aren’t that memorable. But judging by its trailer, The Hole in the Ground is about to haunt plenty of nightmares with its genuinely eerie pint-sized antagonist.

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