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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Last Straight Man

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 3
Mark Bessenger's romantic comedy-drama follows two best friends as they explore a new sexual side to their relationship by sharing one night each year.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Blacula / Scream Blacula Scream Double Feature

By Ken Tasho | Mar 3
Continuing with their recent vampire-themed film releases, Scream Factory goes back into the 1970's vaults for two classics that helped usher in the infamous blaxsploitation horror movie movement.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: In Your Eyes

By Kitty Drexel | Feb 27
This movie is the science fiction-light, romance-heavy recent release from Joss Whedon and Brin Hill.

Cinema Review :: The Salvation

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 27
Mads Mikkelson is no Clint Eastwood, but he and Eva Greene burn through this flimsy movie like lasers, while Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays his bad guy for all the black-hearted fun the role can offer up.

Cinema Review :: Song of the Sea

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 27
In the tradition of modern animated films such as "The Painting" and "The Secret World of Arrietty," "Song of the Sea" casts its spell regardless of age. Kids will love it, and so will adults.

Cinema Review :: The Lazarus Effect

By Kevin Taft | Feb 27
"The Lazarus Effect" should have been put down to spare the audience the misery of it's company.

Cinema Review :: Focus

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 27
The movie just won't settle in and become any one thing. In the end you don't end up laughing with this movie as much as groaning at it.

Cinema Review :: Eastern Boys

By Roger Walker-Dack | Feb 27
Filmmaker Robin Campilio's disturbing new thriller sharply contrasts two different sides of society in contemporary France with a very chilling effect.

Cinema Review :: The Hunting Ground

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 27
They show us 20 school Deans saying they're very concerned about sex abuse -- and then they show 20 young women, all abused, who were blown off by those Deans.

Cinema Review :: Maps To The Stars

By Lindsey Bahr | Feb 27
The tritest of all exercises in voyeuristic celebrity worship, that flimsy fold-up guide to the homes of actors and actresses, represents the ultimate divide between the "haves" and "have-nots." But David Cronenberg's film is not really about outsiders.

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