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CELLULOID Dreams 5 days ago
ST. AUGUSTINE FILM FESTIVAL
DAMNED Fine Movies 5 days ago
Making their debut in impressive hi-def upgrades are two ’80s horror films from Dick Maas, the Dutch John Carpenter. The Lift (’83) is about a psychopathic elevator (it goes all the way …
CONFUSION on the Ground Wednesday, January 10
Five of the best American movies (and among the first) about the Vietnam War (or Conflict, if you prefer) debuted in 1978 and 1979. The Deer Hunter (’78) won five Oscars, Best Picture among …
Young & Wild & FREE Wednesday, January 3
Philip Kaufman's The Wanderers
War in REAL Time Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Compelling Cease Fire! is a propagandistic look at the Korean Conflict
Honey, I … uh … Shrunk OUR LIVES Wednesday, December 20, 2017
It’s a brilliant idea for a movie: Science evolves and advances so far, people can be shrunk to four inches tall with little risk of side effects. Humans who choose to be …
Mistakes & MAYHEM Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Two utterly opposite horror flicks meekly tweak their own tropes
The DARK Art of Restoration Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Revived cinematic trio comprises under-appreciated classics
No 'ROOM' for Improvement Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Multitasker James Franco’s tragicomic true story works
The STAR & the Fury Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Two ’50s Westerns still work today