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'Bloodborne' Review, Day 2: Stockholm Syndrome And Father Gascoigne There's a real emotional arc to your first few hours with Bloodborne, less so for story reasons and more because of the strange way this game worms its way into your head. So for review purposes, I'll be doing a day by day diary with this…

Sundance Film Review: 'Stockholm, Pennsylvania' Austere and unnerving, Nikole Beckwith's stir-crazy “Stockholm, Pennsylvania” picks up where most kidnapping thrillers leave off: the moment the victim is returned home to her parents. Everyone in town sees the reunion as a happy ending, but Beckwith … Read more on Variety

Written on Skin, Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholm — review Stockholm lacks the backstage resources to present Katie Mitchell's well-travelled original production. The work's Scandinavian premiere comes instead from a partnership with Detmold in Germany, where the opera played last summer. Petra Mollérus's set … Read more on Financial Times

Sundance 2015 review: Stockholm, Pennsylvania – a hostage to fortune cookie … Do they give out awards for the first half of movies? If so, Stockholm, Pennsylvania deserves them all. Leanne (Saoirsie Ronan), a woman in her early 20s, returns to her parents (Cynthia Nixon and David Warshofsky) 16 years after she was kidnapped by…

Stockholm, Pennsylvania Review [Sundance 2015] For a good 45 minutes, I was pretty sure I was watching something pretty special: a brilliantly layered, excellently acted and endlessly analyzable tour de force taking to the Stockholm Syndrome drama with the kind of nuance and restraint rarely pulled … Read more on We Got This Covered