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We can't call The Tomb of Ligeia Roger Corman's greatest achievement, because his greatest achievement was being Roger Corman: getting those dozens of pictures made, into theaters, and into the culture, launching nightmares and care...
Marcia Gay Harden Can’t Save Librarian-Abroad Romance ‘After Words’
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Picture a librarian. Is she a mousy middle-aged brunette, her unkempt hair clashing with the muddy browns of her ill-fitting wardrobe? Does she work in silence, worshipping books but resenting their readers, returning every evening ...
Jean Seberg Remains Wonderfully Commanding in ‘Lilith’
2 months ago by Melissa Anderson
Rarely screened, Robert Rossen's fascinatingly fractured Lilith (1964) centers on a theme — women, sex, and psychopathology — somewhat in vogue at the time. Two months before Lilith's release, Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie, starring Tip...
'Stations of the Cross' Is an Austere Broadside Against Fundamentalism
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The title suggests stiffness and ritual, and Dietrich Brüggemann's austere and painful examination of fundamentalism's effect on the mind and body of a young woman locks form and content into a single hairshirted whole: This is what...
Best Of Awards
A Bucket of Blood (NR)
- 9 pm
Experimental Animation Program (NR)
- 7:30 pm
Films of George Landow (NR)
- 5:15 pm
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957) (NR)
- 7:15 pm
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (NR)
- 5:30 pm
The She-Creature (R)
- 3:45 pm