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Review :: Eva Hesse

By Louise Adams | Apr 27
This film captures Hesse's important work for current audiences who might have missed her brief yet fecund period of thought-provoking productivity.

Review :: What We Have

By Dale Reynolds | Apr 27
40-year-old Maxime has immigrated to Northern Ontario, Canada, from Paris, to try a new life. He's gay actor and French teacher to a 15-year-old lad, which cannot end well.

Review :: Krampus

By Ken Tasho | Apr 26
Universal's horror holiday Blu-ray release includes a plethora of special features and there are so many of them that they take up more running time than the actual film.

Review :: Packed In A Trunk: The Lost Art Of Edith Lake Wilkinson

By Louise Adams | Apr 26
Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, playwright and director Jane Anderson tells the story of her great aunt, a gifted but forgotten artist.

Review :: Son Of Saul

By Louise Adams | Apr 26
The 2015 Academy Award-winner for Best Foreign Language Film, "Son of Saul," recreates, in Hungarian with English subtitles, the inconceivable horror of Jews helping to kill Jews in Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Review :: Ssssss

By Ken Tasho | Apr 26
Scream Factory's Blu-ray should be purchased, if only to view the early work of a quite young Dirk Benedict.

Review :: Death Becomes Her

By Kevin Taft | Apr 26
We finally get a wide-screen, Blu-ray copy of the hilarious cult-classic "Death Becomes Her," but fans will die when they find out the notorious deleted subplots are nowhere to be found on the disc.

Review :: Hunter

By Padraic Maroney | Apr 26
Long on the shelf, "Hunter" provides a look at the sense of belonging for three Millennials in New York City.

Review :: Packed In A Trunk: The Lost Art Of Edith Lake Wilkinson

By Louise Adams | Apr 26
Award-winning filmmaker Jane Anderson tells the story of her great aunt in the lively, passionately personal documentary "Packed in a Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson."

Review :: Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

By Jake Mulligan | Apr 25
In Michael Cimino's first film, "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot," he personalizes the thieves-on-the-run framework beyond recognition.

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