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Both The Night Eats the World and Cargo, despite their differing subjects and approaches, manage to bring both meat and brains to the zombie film.

Both Phantom Cowboys and Island of the Hungry Ghosts are finely wrought documentaries which also touch on universal themes. Though taking place in isolated communities, they reflect on

Premiering at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Justin P. Lange's The Dark is an ingenious reinvention of the zombie genre, bringing a new rage

We were able to talk with Justin P. Lange and Nadia Alexander about the inspiration for and experiences during the filming of The Dark.

Lee Jutton reviews three documentaries from all over the world: Tanzania Transit directed by Jeroen van Velzen, Studio 54 by Matt Tyrnauer and Kaiser:

In The Dark, a flesh-eating young girl haunts the woods where she was murdered, as a murderer herself. When she discovers an abused kid

Kristy Strouse covers some of the short films she saw at the Tribeca short film programs, and two television pilots, Fabled and Driver Ed.

From the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, Kristy Strouse reviews Alia Shawkat's new film Duck Butter, the film starring Taika Waititi as a cult leader,

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