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The 15 Best Thrillers Streaming on Netflix

As the world around us gets increasingly dark, sometimes the only way to relax is to watch something even darker. As political division, climate change, and war consume the news cycle, pop culture continues to be dominated by serial killers, murderous spouses, and other macabre subject matter about the darkness of the human psyche. Call […]

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New York-based ‘Fatima’ producer Rose Ganguzza lines up 2021 slate (exclusive)

Indie veteran lining up development and production fund.Rose Ganguzza, the New York producer of summer release Fatima, has unveiled a Rose Pictures development slate that includes new work from the directors of How To Build A Girl and Grudge.Ganguzza, a veteran of the independent space whose producing credits include Margin Call and Kill Your Darlings, […]

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‘Fatima’ New York-based producer Rose Ganguzza lines up 2021 slate (exclusive)

Indie veteran lining up development and production fund.Rose Ganguzza, the New York producer of summer release Fatima, has unveiled a Rose Pictures development slate that includes new work from the directors of How To Build A Girl and Grudge.Ganguzza, a veteran of the independent space whose producing credits include Margin Call and Kill Your Darlings, […]

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Film Review: ‘Triple Frontier’

J.C. Chandor is a gifted anomaly, a writer-director of reality-oriented drama who, until now, has made just three features: the high-finance meltdown thriller “Margin Call” (2011), the Robert-Redford-stranded-at-sea solo adventure “All Is Lost” (2013), and the good-man-gone-bad business/crime tragedy “A Most Violent Year” (2014). Each Chandor film, to me, has been better than the one […]

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‘Triple Frontier’ Trailer: J.C. Chandor’s Action Vehicle Stars Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and Charlie Hunnam

Director J.C. Chandor has been on somewhat of a subtle meteoric rise since his debut in 2011 with the financial crisis-based “Margin Call.” Seamlessly, he has elevated his cinematic style, using Robert Redford as a one-man show in “All Is Lost” and tackling the criminal landscape in “A Most Violent Year.” While all these films […]

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