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Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party (TheaterByte Movie Review)

It’s Henry Gambles' birthday and we’re all invited to the party!

Belladonna of Sadness (TheaterByte Movie Review)

Surreal and hyper-sexual anime cult classic 'Belladonna of Sadness' looks beautiful in new 4K restoration for its first ever official theatrical release in the U.S.

The Invitation (TheaterByte Movie Review)

A 2015 indie film that had a limited initial screening at the South by Southwest Film Festival, The Invitation got onto some local big screens and the Amazon home film service April 8, 2016.

Sing Street (TheaterByte Movie Review)

It’s 1985 and the music of Duran Duran, Tears for Fears and Spandau Ballet was at the top of the charts. 'Sing Street' follows the story of one young man during this era who decides to start his own band to woo a local girl.

Louder Than Bombs (TheaterByte Movie Review)

The unexpected death of a celebrated war photographer causes extreme grief for the family she left behind in the new depressing film ‘Louder Than Bombs.’

Midnight Special (TheaterByte Movie Review)

Writer/director Jeff Nichols delivers an off-kilter family road movie with his latest offering 'Midnight Special.'

Eye in the Sky (TheaterByte Movie Review)

Helen Mirren is a Colonel on the hot seat when the military's use of drones kills an innocent girl in 'Eye in the Sky.'

The Program (TheaterByte Movie Review)

Director Stephen Frears brings us the rise and fall of cycling champion Lance Armstrong in the new film 'The Program.'

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