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Fuck Buddies (Review)

Nate Wilson, a nineteen-year-old filmmaker based in Toronto, turns his debut short, Fuck Buddies, from basic, already-explored premise into something more. If this helps, the film owes more to David Cronenberg, John Carpenter, and David Lynch than it does to Judd Apatow, Lena Dunham, or Nancy Meyers. Fuck Buddies delves directly into the discomforts of […]


Davai (Review)

Who would’ve thought that Travelling would do something like this? It’s not very often if at all. And at the same time, it doesn’t entirely live up to expectations. The film takes place during WWII in the dead of winter in Russia, as it opens on the mostly blind narration of one single German soldier […]