The Last Days of American Crime

[ad_1] The only crime here is cinematic. It’s not often one sees a film as vile, ugly, and deeply incompetent as Olivier Megaton’s “The Last Days of American Crime.” Completely buried by Netflix—they didn’t send screeners and it wasn’t even …

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[ad_1] There’s a small moment in “Shirley,” directed by Josephine Decker, which is a perfect metaphor for Shirley Jackson’s brand of literary horror. Jackson (Elizabeth Moss) sits on a couch at a faculty party, staring with hatred at the peppy …

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