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John Rad’s Biker-Flick Passion Project ‘Dangerous Men’ Almost Lives Up to His Name
November 10 at 1:43 a.m. by Amy Nicholson
Anthropologists thrill to discover a cargo cult, isolated tribes who, upon discovering that the modern world exists, attempt to lure the sky-gods to their island by building decoy planes out of reeds. Cineastes get that tingle from ...
Sion Sono’s ‘Tokyo Tribe’ Is Gloriously Unhinged but Also Full of Hype
October 22 at 8:29 p.m. by Amy Nicholson
Tokyo Tribe is Japanese bad boy Sion Sono's most unhinged film, which is saying a lot in a career that spans serial-killing pet shop owners, yakuza snuff flicks, and a four-hour drama about an upskirt panty photographer. This anarch...
Mark Duplass Elevates Found-Footage Horror Flick 'Creep'
September 1 at 7:28 p.m. by Simon Abrams
Superior found-footage horror film Creep tellingly loses steam after it stops being a rote but tense game of chicken between a normcore derangoid (he likes hikes, hugs, and pancakes) and his wary victim. Creep falls apart after amat...
This Guy Knows How to Make TED Talks Interesting: Get the Speakers Drunk
November 25 at 12:19 p.m. by Katie Toth
Depending on who you ask, TED Talks are either a treasured vehicle for the exchange of ideas or a sad representation of our generation's inability to pay attention to things. Brooklyn writer Eric Thurm is trying to settle the questi...