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BROKEN ENGLISH (MAGNOLIA)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2007
2007, Rated R Parker Posey is perpetually thirtysomething -- for many an age when reckless youth comes crashing into the realities of adulthood. Early in her career, Posey harnessed the dualities  

Hot Fuzz (Universal)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2007
2006, Rated RThe minds behind zombie-comedy Shaun of the Dead skewer another cineplex mainstay -- in this case, the big-budget, buddy-cop action flick madness of Lethal Weapon, Bad Boys, et al --   

Puzzlehead (LIFESIZE ENTERTAINMENT)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2007
2005, Unrated A very modern Prometheus tale on a budget, sci-fi wonder Puzzlehead creates more from less as it charts the evolution of a humanoid being made in the exact image of its creator -- a  

AVANT-GARDE 2: EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA 1928-1954 (KINO)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 1, 2007
1928-'54, Not Rated Kino's second two-DVD set compiled from the collection of experimental cinema advocate Raymond Rohauer is a godsend. Covering 1928-1954, Avant-Garde 2 spans the generation t  

THE HOST (MAGNOLIA)

Video and DVD

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 1, 2007
2006, Rated R It's not wise to dump gallons of formaldehyde into a river -- who knows what genetic deformity might pop up decades later? South Korea finds out in this truly incredible monster fl  

Film: Review: Rescue Dawn

Director Werner Herzog mines a familiar story for his powerful P.O.W. film

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Dieter Dengler wanted to fly -- nothing more, nothing less. The dream first materialized when he was a young child living through World War II air raids on his small Bavarian village. During one  

The Woman in the Window (MGM)

DVD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2007
1944, Not Rated The German-filmed Metropolis, M and Mabuse trifecta forever ensures monocled director Fritz Lang's place in history, but his later work in Hollywood is just as vital, if not more  

Avenue Montaigne (ThinkFilm)

DVD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2007
2006, Rated G Avenue Montaigne is one of Paris' most luxurious stretches, where the uber-rich, uber-talented and uber-beautiful live, work and play. Director Daniele Thompson sets her eponymous,  

Screamers (First Look Home Entertainment)

DVD Reviews

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2007
2007, Rated R Metal band System of a Down are screamers, both musically and in another more important sense. As defined in this documentary by former BBC World News anchorwoman Carla Garapedian,   

The Abandoned (Lionsgate)

DVD Reviews

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2007
2007, Rated R The recent neglect of creepy haunted house flicks in favor of high-intensity gorefests is a shame considering the former's long history within the horror genre. The Hostel and Saw