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  • Tension winds tight in 'Supremacy' Aryan home-invasion drama

    Tension winds tight in 'Supremacy' Aryan home-invasion drama
    Even though "Supremacy" draws from actual events in Sonoma County two decades ago, the film plays out almost like a conventional Hollywood hostage thriller but for the incendiary, racially charged subtext.
  • 'Horns' is the pointless kind of weird

    'Horns' is the pointless kind of weird
    ** (out of four) Glenna (Kelli Garner) asks Ig (Daniel Radcliffe) if she can have a doughnut. Then she asks if she can eat six doughnuts. Then she admits she wants to get fat because she knows no one will sleep with her unless they’re drunk, and...

    Daniel Radcliffe sprouts 'Horns,' enters the supernatural

    Daniel Radcliffe sprouts 'Horns,' enters the supernatural
    Out to lunch, over the top and tongue-in-cheek are just a few ways to describe the eclectic, eccentric horror fable "Horns." But above all, this largely effective thriller, directed by Alexandre Aja ("High Tension," "Mirrors") and written by Keith Bunin...

    Two-minute drill: Sea Kings keep winning

    Two-minute drill: Sea Kings keep winning
    Corona del Mar High picked up where it left off … since the fifth game of the 2012 season. The Sea Kings reeled off their 27th straight win, shutting out Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 38-0, in the Under Armour Brothers in Arms Classic opener at San...

    'The Divide' on WE tv smartly smudges race, class stereotypes

    In what is becoming something of a monthly ritual, yet another niche network is venturing in from the old film/documentary/reality fringe with a character-driven drama that executives hope will do what "Mad Men" did for AMC. At least with "The Divide,"...