When Tom Met Francis: A Review of Xavier Dolan’s Tom At The Farm

Xavier Dolan’s Tom at the Farm originally debuted in 2013 but has now officially been released in U.S. in 2015 most likely due to the recent success of his current film, Mommy. In Tom at the Farm, Dolan both stars and directs, and also co-wrote the script for the film with Michel Marc Bouchard, which was based on Bouchard’s stage play.

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When Tom Met Francis: A Review of Xavier Dolan’s Tom At The Farm

Jason Banker’s Felt: Not Your Mother’s Feminism: A Review

“Felt” tells the unsettling story of an emotionally broken girl named Amy (Amy Everson). While the details of her brokenness are never revealed, we know that she is a victim of rape as she deals with demons by creating psychosexual art and acting out.

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Jason Banker’s Felt: Not Your Mother’s Feminism: A Review

Are You Ready for Psycho Cinema’s July Schedule? Turn off the Lights AND PREPARE!

Psycho Cinema is the sister organization run by blogger Faye G.  They bring rarely-screened horror, sci-fi, and obscure films to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester.  Join Faye’s group by clicking this LINK and prepare for the unexpected!

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Are You Ready for Psycho Cinema’s July Schedule? Turn off the Lights AND PREPARE!