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Indie Horror Flick Ejecta Asks What Its Director Could Do With a Real Budget Indie Horror Flick Ejecta Asks What Its Director Could Do With a Real Budget
, February 25, 2015
Often, with indie horror flicks, you have to accept that you're watching a demonstration of ingenuity rather than a coherent film: "Here's what I... More>>
The Stylishly Filmed Out of the Dark Is Scary, Too The Stylishly Filmed Out of the Dark Is Scary, Too
, February 25, 2015
Tidy, conventional horror stories are all about cause and effect. The scariness derives from not understanding what's happening, and the... More>>
The Widowmaker Doc Examines the Medical Frailties of the Human Heart The Widowmaker Doc Examines the Medical Frailties of the Human Heart
, February 25, 2015
Decidedly not a thrilling Russian submarine film, The Widowmaker documents the story of another vessel dwelling beneath the surface: the human... More>>
Queer Anthology Remarkable Shades of Gay Asks, Why Should Heteros Hoard All the Insipidness? Queer Anthology Remarkable Shades of Gay Asks, Why Should Heteros Hoard All the Insipidness?
, February 25, 2015
There are nine queer shorts in the anthology Remarkable Shades of Gay, all of them directed (and almost all either written or co-written) by... More>>
The Lazarus Effect Has a Frankenstein-like Warning The Lazarus Effect Has a Frankenstein-like Warning
, February 25, 2015
The makers of The Lazarus Effect, an uninspired horror film about modern-day mad scientists, do nothing noteworthy with their heady what-if... More>>
Five Reasons Why Fox's Empire Has Become a Breakout Hit Five Reasons Why Fox's Empire Has Become a Breakout Hit
, February 18, 2015
Empire most certainly wasn't built in a day, but its reputation as a breakout hit has been made in virtually no time at all. Since the series... More>>
In McFarland, USA Kevin Costner Eases White America Into the Now In McFarland, USA Kevin Costner Eases White America Into the Now
, February 18, 2015
American Sniper notwithstanding, the first fresh multiplex trend to emerge in 2015 is Old White Dudes Learning How to Share Their World. First... More>>
The DUFF Fights Society's Beauty Obsessions — With Makeovers The DUFF Fights Society's Beauty Obsessions — With Makeovers
, February 18, 2015
Shove off, John Hughes. The DUFF, a high school comedy by Ari Sandel, opens by declaring that The Breakfast Club's social categories are, like,... More>>
The Film Comment Selects Fest Dances in What's Left of the Culture The Film Comment Selects Fest Dances in What's Left of the Culture
, February 18, 2015
Of course the center couldn't hold, but for anyone still kicking after its collapse — and that of all the old high/low distinctions —... More>>
Bravura Anthology Wild Tales Lays Bare Everyone's Awfulness Bravura Anthology Wild Tales Lays Bare Everyone's Awfulness
, February 18, 2015
There are two kinds of humanist movie. One kind shows human beings struggling against the most unspeakable horrors, sorrows, or injustices and... More>>
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Is a Tepid Sequel Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Is a Tepid Sequel
, February 18, 2015
Five years ago, four losers passed out in a jacuzzi, boiled back to 1986, healed their past wounds, rocked out to Poison, and returned to their... More>>
Mockumentary A Convenient Truth Is a Tad Late to the Party Mockumentary A Convenient Truth Is a Tad Late to the Party
, February 18, 2015
A Convenient Truth, a mockumentary that sends up corporate and political can-do-ism, lame energy policy, and maybe the documentary genre itself,... More>>
Boorman's WWII Memoir Queen and Country Oozes Fond Memories Boorman's WWII Memoir Queen and Country Oozes Fond Memories
, February 18, 2015
Another gray-panther valediction: At 82, John Boorman caps off his unpredictably schizo career with this sequel to 1987's all-this-and-WWII... More>>
The Smart, Bracing Approaching the Elephant Shows Two Years at a 'Free School' The Smart, Bracing Approaching the Elephant Shows Two Years at a 'Free School'
, February 18, 2015
In 1921, in Dresden, a teacher named A.S. Neill founded Summerhill, the world's first "free school" — a radical private academy, fully... More>>
Big Pharma Doc The Business of Disease Suffers from Histrionic Undertones and Cheap Graphics Big Pharma Doc The Business of Disease Suffers from Histrionic Undertones and Cheap Graphics
, February 18, 2015
Much of the information director Sonia Barrett puts forth in her documentary The Business of Disease is common sense, though — as one... More>>
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