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THE REALM OF ZWIGOFF Wednesday, May 4
At nearly 36 years old, writer/director Terry Zwigoff made his first film, the well-received but barely seen documentary Louie Bluie (1985). It was nine years before his next film – another …
EPIC DUEL Wednesday, May 11
The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe offering pits hero against hero for a rollicking, filmic ride
FEMME FATALES Wednesday, April 13
It’s a shame that a quality film like The Keeping Room gets only limited release in a few select theaters and then disappears without attracting the audience it deserves. Hopefully it will find …
GODDESS OF THE CLASSICAL AGE Wednesday, April 20
Rita Hayworth embodied the grace, artistry, and possibility of Early Hollywood
FISH TALE Wednesday, June 22
Predictable plot aside, fans of Finding Nemo will dive right in to this much-anticipated sequel
TO LIVE AND DINE IN L.A. Wednesday, April 6
Culinary critique documentary lacks flavor
ARCANE AUTEUR Wednesday, May 18
Curtis Harrington left behind a legacy of B-Movie brilliance that remains an apex of inventive, low budget film ethos
FANTASY FULFILLMENT Wednesday, April 27
Latest installment of the Snow White franchise is a fairly fair action fairy tale
PENTHOUSE & PAVEMENT Wednesday, May 11
In most ways, the music of Phil Ochs and The Who could not be more dissimilar, though both flourished at their peak in the ’60s and early ’70s. Yet the music of each was all about …
HAMMER OF THE GODS Wednesday, June 22
We take a “liking” to Viking Cinema