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Denver Film Festival

Why ‘The Misogynists’ Is a Minor Hollywood Miracle
2 weeks ago

Why ‘The Misogynists’ Is a Minor Hollywood Miracle

It’s hard not to expect the mother of all anti-Trump diatribes from “The Misogynists.”

The film, which recently screened at the Denver Film Festival, follows two Donald Trump acolytes in …
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‘Humor Me’ Is Warm, Witty Response to Dark Times
2 weeks ago

‘Humor Me’ Is Warm, Witty Response to Dark Times

Light family comedies seem to have completely faded from the mainstream cineplex.

On the rare occasions they are released, they’re made by a committee to offend the fewest people. The …
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Why ‘Gnaw’ Is a Cut Above Most Modern Horror Films
2 weeks ago

Why ‘Gnaw’ Is a Cut Above Most Modern Horror Films

What draws me to the horror genre isn’t the combination of blood, guts and nudity that attracts other fans. 

I’m interested in horror’s ability to serve as a raw allegory …
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‘Charnel House’ Screenwriter Savors Second Chance
1 year ago

‘Charnel House’ Screenwriter Savors Second Chance

Earlier this month, Isler screened just his second feature film, “A Song for the Living,” at the Denver Film Festival. He says his Hollywood happy ending was well worth the wait.


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