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Mr. Holmes (2015): A Mysterious Search for Human Identity

Mr. Holmes (2015) is a poetic character study of the other side of the Robot detective from Baker Street. Bill Condon’s film presents a picture of Sherlock Holmes that hasn’t graced the screen till date. Its a film that grows on you when its fictionalized emotions come to play. Mr. Holmes is one of the best films I’ve seen this year.

Recommended: 'Lisey's Story'

The final episode of the Stephen King mini-series Lisey's Story premiered on AppleTV+ last week. At the Lens, critic Andrew Wyatt digs into this unusual collaboration between the pop-horror master and acclaimed Chilean director Pablo Larraín:

What We're Watching: July 23, 2021

Brock: "Shaft (1971): While the plot is typical private eye stuff, the style and attitude of this classic 1970s blaxploitation film still jumps off the screen. Richard Roundtree's commanding lead performance, the strong independent film vibe in how it is filmed and presented, the great costume design, and of course the iconic music make this a movie worth experiencing, especially if you haven't seen it before."

The Best Movies of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, According to 31 Critics

At the end of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, some pundits expressed surprise that “Titane,” the adventurous body-horror riff on gender fluidity from filmmaker Julia Ducournau, won the Palme d’Or over more traditional entries in Competition. However, many critics who covered the festival this year wouldn’t have it any other way. “Titane” topped IndieWire’s annual critics survey of the best films of the festival, with 31 critics participating from around the world, and Ducournau also topped the category for Best Director.

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Jonathan Cuartas: Influences and Inspirations behind My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell it To

It’s always interesting to pin down the influences and inspirations behind My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To. I was influenced by many films for many different reasons. Funny enough, a lot of them aren’t even horror films, but I would argue some of them are horror adjacent. Dogtooth is the first film that comes to mind. My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To is a vampire film, but it’s also about a family of three…

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