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  • Film Review: 'Spring'

    If Richard Linklater attempted a remake of Val Lewton's "Cat People," the end result might resemble "Spring," an intriguing oddity about an attractive couple who meet in a scenic European locale and quickly chat their way into a close bond, but find their ties tested by the young woman's propensity for periodically moonlighting as something fantastical. Co-directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead ("Resolution," "V/H/S: Viral"), working from a script credited to Benson, do a clever job of entwining elements of budding romance, mounting dread and indolent vacation in their leisurely paced, handsomely produced indie feature. And while the mix might not be to every taste, venturesome cineastes may heed appreciative reviews and sample "Spring" in various platforms.
  • On Demand DVD New Releases July 15-21

    On Demand DVD New Releases July 15-21 Kind of a slow week for new releases, but some interesting titles out there: sports fans and history buffs might be interested in 42, while the documentary Hecho en Mexico (Made in Mexico) offers a look at artists...

    L.A. Film Fest: 'All Together Now' makes music in an indoor forest

    Inside a warehouse in Los Angeles, the cast of "All Together Now" partied in an artificial forest filled with fog and piercing music. In order to bring in numerous bands to provide the soundtrack for the film, director Alex Mirecki opted for a faux...

    'Evil Dead'

    The cult classic written and directed by Sam Raimi gets an update, with Raimi on board as a producer, in this expectedly graphic remake of the horror tale about friends who find a bizarre book during a getaway. Bound in skin, it unleashes a sinister...

    Los Angeles Film Festival 2013: Film Independent unveils lineup

    Los Angeles Film Festival 2013: Film Independent unveils lineup
    "Only God Forgives," Nicolas Winding Refn's follow-up to "Drive", will have its North American premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival next month. Starring Ryan Gosling as an American expat living in Bangkok, Thailand, the film joins the critically...