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Two new films proceed from the stuff of nightmares. A horrible mistake—a very real accident, in fact—provokes a basic ethical dilemma: what do you do next? From that starting point, … more
Two new releases from the Golden Age of 3D (1952-’55) are striking restorations. Get your red-and-blue glasses ready. For those who can’t abide 3D, they can be seen in 2D. Bonus: Both … more
Trite-and-true celluloid treats for Halloween more
Filmdom’s Paul Schrader delivers us from evil. Maybe more
When I was an English major in college too many years ago now to count, what we eager students of English literature knew of Mary Shelley was something of a footnote or addendum to her more famous … more
The headlines for this fall’s new releases are sure to get any movie fan excited, and given that statistics suggest October and November releases are the most likely to win major Oscars, … more
In our June story on Jeff Dowd, he opined that what he thinks draws so many people to The Dude is the archetype of the Holy Fool. … more
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