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frankenhooker-front
October 2014's edition of what's worth streaming on Netflix (& Hulu). Killer dolls, home invasion, super crack, and more!
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What-We-Do-in-the-Shadows-front
Lincoln Center brings horror to NYC for "Scary Movies" eighth year.
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two-days-one-night-front
Brief thoughts on all the titles that didn't get full reviews and a ranking of everything we saw from NYFF 2014.
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StoneCold-front
Alamo Drafthouse and Paracinema together, now you know you in trouble.
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birdman-front
The original cinematic Caped Crusader stars in an unexpected, and ultimately necessary film.
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Inherent-Vice-front
PTA's silliest and smartest yet chronicles outsider culture when being on the inside was in.
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starshiptroopers-front
September 2014's edition of what's worth streaming on Netflix. Bugs, bloody revenge, Stephen Dorff, and more!
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gonegirl-front
Fincher's pulpy neo-noir adaptation is pitch-dark, uncomfortably erotic, and absolutely hilarious.
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maps-to-the-stars-front
Cronenberg's latest is a gleefully distasteful 111 minutes of anti-satire, incest, and ghosts.
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Pasolini-front
Ferrara shows the passionate, eccentric side of Italian director, poet, and writer, Pier Paolo Pasolini rendered through a charismatic performance by Dafoe.
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The-Look-of-Silence-front
The follow up to The Act of Killing is a loud piece of work. Not in any measurement of volume, but in what it has to say.
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tusk-front
Kevin Smith made a horror movie for all the Kevin Smiths of the world; what will the rest of us think?
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GoodbyetoLanguage-front
This is Frankenstein cinema, built out of fragments of time and unleashed upon us.
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Menahem-Golan-front
A tribute to the late legendary genre film entrepreneur.
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john-waters-front
National treasure John Waters, finally filthy and respectable.
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Pumpkinhead-front
Our review of Stan Winston's directorial debut, released on Blu-ray by Scream Factory.