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The Man of A Thousand Faces (Universal Studios)

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 23, 2008
BY Phil Morehart | Posted 07/23/2008 The Man of A Thousand Faces   

Mad Men: Season One (Lionsgate)

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 23, 2008
BY P.F. Wilson | Posted 07/23/2008 Mad Men: Season One   

Boarding Gate (Magnolia)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2008
2007, Rated R Asia Argento, daughter of Italian horror director Dario Argento, has carved her own auteur-like niche as an actress. Her characters are beautiful messes of dichotomies and contradic  

Glitterbox: Derek Jarman X 4 (Zeitgeist Films)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2008
1985-'93, Unrated Quite obviously a poet and painter even before he became a filmmaker, Derek Jarman came to movies with his singular style of cerebral camp already cultivated. "Gay sex, please  

In Bruges (Universal Studios)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 2, 2008
2008, Rated R Playwright Martin McDonagh's full-length feature debut stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson as a pair of Irish hit men who are jettison to the sleepy medieval town of Bruges, Be  

Diary of the Dead (The Weinstein Co.)

DVD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2008
2007, Rated R George A. Romeroís return to the zombie game after his uneven big-budget 2006 feature Land of the Dead finds the horror legend back in his own element. Diary of Dead is a fresh star  

King Corn (Docurama)

DVD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2008
1982, Not Rated This lively, riveting documentary about our nationís crazy agricultural policies starts off like a goof and slowly builds into both a devastating, muckraking commentary and a poet  

The Willow Tree (New Yorker Video)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2008
2005, Unrated Iranian director Majid Majidi creates a powerful and somber parable about sight and blindness with his stunning The Willow Tree. The tale succinctly follows the events that befall   

State Of Play (BBC Video)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2008
2003, Not Rated This tense, outstandingly acted 2003 BBC miniseries -- a political thriller that gets further inside the tough, neurotic, unsentimental world of hard-charging, scoop-chasing newsp  

Square Pegs: The Complete Series (Sony)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 21, 2008
1982, Not Rated Shortly after starring in Annie on Broadway, former Cincinnati resident Sarah Jessica Parker was cast as the co-lead in this CBS sitcom. The show centered on inelegant classmates   

The Bette Davis Collection (20TH Century Fox)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
1950-1965, Unrated The Bette Davis Collection opens with a two-disc Cinema Classics Collection edition of All About Eve that catches the legend at the height of her screen divahood. Writer/direct  

The Walker (Thinkfilm)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
2007, Rated R Paul Schrader steps back behind the camera after the rigmarole surrounding his entry in The Exorcist franchise to write and direct an equally sinister thriller set in Washington, D.  

Return Of The Living Dead Boys: Halloween 1986 (MVD Visual)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
2008, Not Rated Shot in suitably cruddy fashion from a video camera somewhere back in the audience at a concert at New York's Ritz, the look turns out to be a good fit for the music -- Rock with  

The Dragon Painter (New Yorker Video/Yorker Video/Milestone)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2008
1919, Not Rated Milestone's reputation for producing DVDs with the cinephile in mind solidifies with the release of The Dragon Painter, a once-lost silent classic that reintroduces film fandom   

There Will Be Blood (Paramount)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2008
2007, Rated R Paul Thomas Anderson's flawed yet fascinating epic is a supremely strange period piece that evokes a host of current cultural issues: our obsession with oil, the role of religion i