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Recent:
  • Paste Magazine
  • Inverse
Past:
  • polygon.com
  • The Week
  • WBUR
  • Screen Rant

Recent articles by Andy Crump:

The Greatest Beer Run Ever Review: Epic Beer Run Earns Minor Movie

Peter Farrelly loves a fakey, feel-good true story. It's too bad he's such a small-minded director. → Read More

You need to watch the sexiest sci-fi thriller of all time on Amazon Prime ASAP

'Hellraiser' was more than just the first chapter in a decades-spanning franchise, the 1987 film adaptation proved how horny horror can be. → Read More

'Pearl' review: Mia Goth perfects A24's first horror franchise

Ti West's horror prequel 'Pearl' gets everything right where 'X' gets so much wrong. → Read More

Burial Review: WWII Thriller Hauls Hitler's Corpse through Dangerous Territory

Thin characters and some on-the-nose commentary aside, Burial is a lean and mean WWII thriller with a simple, gripping premise. → Read More

20 years ago, Robin Williams made the scariest psychological thriller of his career

In 2002, Robin Williams' filmography took a dark turn, but no movie is quite as powerful as 'One Hour Photo.' → Read More

You need to watch the most realistic vampire hunter movie on Netflix ASAP

Most vampire movies portray slaying as a passion. Here, it's just another gig. → Read More

Attack on Finland Review: Overstuffed Adaptation Feels a Little Too Real

Attack on Finland has a stellar turn from Jasper Pääkkönen, but it's an overstuffed and overly devoted spy adaptation. → Read More

The Princess Review: Joey King's Ass-Kicking Action Movie Reigns

Joey King is reinventing herself as an action star, and The Princess makes a great case for it. → Read More

15 years ago, James Wan made the most "freaky" underrated thriller of the century

James Wan’s forgotten feature is secretly one of his strongest. We revisit Dead Silence, speaking with its cinematographer John R. Leonetti and star Judith Roberts about working with Wan and the making of this underrated horror thriller. → Read More

Black Crab Review: Noomi Rapace Aptly Leads Dour, Trudging, Icy War

Netflix's Black Crab is frustratingly light on ideology, but its lead and its environment salvage it from being a purely dour experience. → Read More

'Slash/Back' review: Inuit sci-fi thriller for fans of 'The Thing'

Introspection and aliens in the stark tundra of Nunavut. → Read More

'Linoleum' review: Jim Gaffigan's indie sci-fi is 'Donnie Darko' with a midlife crisis

Gaffigan tries, and mostly succeeds, at portraying a strange but sweet breakdown. → Read More

All My Friends Hate Me Review: Cringe Comedy's Caustic Nastiness Hypnotizes

All My Friends Hate Me is the kind of harsh cringe comedy that bleeds into horror - and will have you reassessing your own relationships. → Read More

The most mind-blowing sci-fi thriller of 2021 is finally streaming online

A reputation as shocking hides the fact that this film is also touching. → Read More

Huda's Salon Review: Dual Narratives Betray Subterfuge Drama's Strengths

Competing narratives bog down Hany Abu-Assad's tale of two secret services. → Read More

'Strawberry Mansion' review: The best sci-fi love story since 'Eternal Sunshine'

This artful, surreal dystopia shows off the power of dreams... and practical effects. → Read More

Hurray for the Riff Raff: 'Life on Earth' Album Review

The New Orleans folk artist gives audiences hope and survival tools on their latest album. → Read More

The Grey: The Alpha of Old Man Action Movies at 10

The Grey remains one of Liam Neeson's best action movies and one of his most personal, 10 years after its release. → Read More

'Nanny' review: The best elevated-horror debut since 'The Babadook'

Mining horror from motherhood and the American Dream, Nanny is a reminder of the deep fears that lurk under the mundane. → Read More

'Something in the Dirt' review: An ambitious sci-fi satire from 'Moon Knight's directors

In an age of conspiracy theories, 'Something in the Dirt' is a blunt look at the desperate people who fall for them. Read our review of this new sci-fi film. → Read More