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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Summer

By Dale Reynolds | Oct 8
Teenage Anna is stifling under the yoke of her conservative Dutch town, in summer heat, with nothing to do, until she meets Lena, a wild motorcycling free-spirit who brings out Anna's natural feelings.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Manglehorn

By Michael Cox | Oct 8
David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn" is fascinating composite of expressionistic filmmaking, magical realism, strong performances and hilarious, but never in-your-face, comedy.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Road Hard

By Michael Cox | Oct 8
This self-indulgent and self-congratulatory movie is pretty silly stuff, unfortunately none of that translates to funny.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: In the Courtyard

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 7
The film's zaniness -- artfully restrained as it is -- proceeds from a core of dysfunction; this is a tragedy that draws comedy over itself as a sort of protective covering, much as people use humor to get through tough times.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Rocky Horror Picture Show - 40th Anniversary Celebration

By EDGE | Oct 7
There's a reason that the movie is still playing in in theaters across the nation at midnight.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: At Close Range

By Jake Mulligan | Oct 7
When we look at Walken's Brad Sr. -- what he does, what he says, and how none of it ever seems to haunt him -- we see that there was never a soul there in the first place.

Cinema Review :: (T)error

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 7
This film asks the troubling question: What if the people charged with keeping us safe are wasting time pursuing the wrong targets -- or even inventing targets to chase?

Cinema Review :: He Named Me Malala

By Robert Nesti | Oct 7
How could you not be impressed by Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager who was shot by the Taliban for standing up to their repressive policies involving educating women?

Cinema Review :: The Forbidden Room

By Charlie Nash | Oct 7
The latest film from Canadian auteur Guy Maddin and co-director Evan Johnson is a wet dream for cinephiles: A hallucinatory hybrid of silent-film nostalgia and avant-garde surrealism that's unlike anything you've ever seen.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Avengers - Age of Ultron

By Louise Adams | Oct 6
Cocky warmonger scientist Tony Stark unwittingly merges his virtual assistant Jarvis with the mind stone of Loki's potent, otherworldly sceptre in the next franchise installment.

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