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'Cargo' Review: Sherlock's Martin Freeman Brings Heartbreak to Familiar Horror [Tribeca 2018]

[caption id="attachment_842712" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Credit: Netflix[/caption]Netflix's Australian Outback zombie drama Cargo had its premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, and Bleeding Cool was able to screen the film ahead of its May 18th premiere as the first Australian Netflix Original feature film Co-directors Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke's (who also wrote the screenplay) feature-length adaptation[...]

[#Tribeca2018] Bleeding Cool's Tribeca Film Festival Guide to All 96 Feature Films

To say that this year's Tribeca Film Festival is massive is like saying you think there might be a tough time getting a cab around there while it's going on: clearly obvious, massive understatement.Some of the early highlights we're keeping a personal eye on include Tomb Raider and God of War demos/presentations; Netflix's zombie film[...]

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J.C. Macek III's 'Cargo' Review: More Like a Character Study Than a Thriller

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Cargo by J.C Macek III is a short thriller about an asshole stuck in a shipping container in the middle of nowhere -- and how he learns what love is via the application of electric shock (and a whole lot of soul-searching) while his world crumbles around him. The book is 246 pages long; a few-hour read[...]

Netflix Announces 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Films and Documentaries

Taking place from April 18-29 in New York City, the streaming service's four selections include two North American feature film debuts (Cargo, Sunday’s Illness aka La Enfermedad Del Domingo); and two world premieres of documentaries (The Rachel Divide, The Bleeding Edge).  Along with their film festival screenings, all of the titles will be available on Netflix in[...]