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Scream Park

By Ken Tasho | Tuesday Apr 22, 2014
For a film that pays homage to everything from 1981’s "The Funhouse" to 1997’s "Scream", it also comes up with a couple of nifty ideas of its own.

The Act of Killing

By Louise Adams | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Documentarian Joshua Oppenheimer asked Indonesian death squad executioners to reenact their 1965 mass murders of over one million ethnic Chinese "communists."

Interior. Leather Bar.

By Ken Tasho | Tuesday Apr 15, 2014
Like James Franco himself sometimes, this documentary/remake combo tends to be a frustrating tease.

Pre-Loaded Gay Porn in Super Store DVD Player Has British Mum ’Frozen’ with Anger

By EDGE | Friday Apr 11, 2014
A DVD player bought at a British supermarket that apparently came pre-loaded with gay porn has a mother of twin girls frozen with anger and she won’t let it go.

Lizzie Borden Took An Ax

By Ken Tasho | Thursday Apr 10, 2014
Christina Ricci channels her inner murderous demons in the laughably bad recent Lifetime film.

I Am Divine

By Tony Pinizzotto | Wednesday Apr 9, 2014
Put your Cha-Cha heels on and get it home to your trailer home rumpus room, because Jeffery Schwarz’s documentary is ready for you to "warm it up in your own little oven."

The Great Beauty

By Louise Adams | Monday Mar 31, 2014
Director and co-writer Paolo Sorrentino’s "La grande bellezza" won this year’s Best Foreign Film Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA awards.

Inside Llewyn Davis

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
The film is set in "a less-plowed furrow, in between the glory days of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie and when the scene became dominated by Bob Dylan."

The Happy Sad

By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Mar 19, 2014
Two couples explore sex and sexuality, monogamy and open relationships, and general 20-something confusion about life and love in director Rodney Evan’s comic/dramatic romp.

Geography Club

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Mar 11, 2014
Director Gary Entin’s film version of the Brent Hartinger novel is light and fluffy, which makes it a sweet confection. There’s nothing hard-hitting about this film, however.