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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Two Faces Of January

By Monique Rubens Krohn | Jan 29
Set in the 60s in Greece, an American couple meets an American tour guide and quickly become enmeshed in cons, murders, and love.

Cinema Review :: Timbuktu

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 28
The movie asks us this: When it comes to piety, and to self-sacrifice for a higher good, are there any saints? Or is a sinner good enough to get the job done?

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Get On Up

By Louise Adams | Jan 27
Chadwick Boseman uncannily channels the swagger and sweat of the Godfather of Soul, Mr. Dynamite, the Hardest Working Man in Show Business James Brown, in this thought-provoking and vigorous biopic.

Cinema Review :: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 27
This film has all the trappings of a cult favorite, and it's also a Spaghetti Western version of vampire dramas such as "Let the Right One In" and "Only Lovers Left Alive." It's flat-out sensational.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Fury

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 27
Brad Pitt excels as the tough-ass sergeant while Logan Lerman ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower") proves a revelation as the young, naive clerk typist who is recruited to slaughter without any training.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: A Walk Among The Tombstones

By JC Alvarez | Jan 27
Liam Neeson portrays a new kind of hero, bringing to life the novelized PI Matt Scudder in this dark through-back to crime dramas of yesterday. "A Walk Among the Tombstones" is a thrilling chiller!

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Men, Women And Children

By Michael Cox | Jan 24
Men, women and children navigate complex relationships in a world of online exchanges and instant gratification.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Boxtrolls

By Michael Cox | Jan 24
This magnificent, Academy Award, Golden Globe and Annie Award nominated feature, painstakingly stop-motion animated, is now available in Blu-ray 3D. Adapted from the book "Here Be Monsters," it is certain to become a classic.

Cinema Review :: Beloved Sisters

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Was the German poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller a polyamorous genius? The idea is a juicy one. Regrettably, this handsome-looking film doesn't know how to squeeze that juice.

Cinema Review :: The Duke of Burgundy

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Writer-director Peter Strickland's all-female film is a strange bit of lesbian erotica, elegantly presented and throbbing with anxious discomfort.

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