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  • Pain and pure love in the melancholic memory piece 'Low Down'

      Pain and pure love in the melancholic memory piece 'Low Down'
    "Low Down" is one from the heart. It's a melancholy, evocative, beautifully made memory piece, unblinking and unromanticized, a lovely film that brings great emotion and a dead-on feeling for time, place and recaptured mood to a story that is as universal...
  • 'Aviation Cocktail' doesn't quite fly

    'Aviation Cocktail' doesn't quite fly
    The kidnapping and murder of a young woman in a sleepy 1950s Middle America hamlet send the intertwining lives of three good ol' boys into a tailspin in "The Aviation Cocktail." When the firing squad formed by the townsfolk fails to execute the...
  • Frances McDormand's face does the talking in 'Olive Kitteridge'

    By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Frances McDormand's "rubber face" - ruddy, wind-burned, creased and contorted - says as much as the dialogue in "Olive Kitteridge," HBO's miniseries about a New England family and its caustic matriarch. And...
  • ‘Sunset Overdrive’ delivers madness with an apocalyptic message

     
    THE PLAYER The ridiculousness in “Sunset Overdrive” borders on anarchic. There are rules, like any game, but long before players […]...
  • The high art of ‘The Shining’: A guest essay by ‘Horns’ director Alexandre Aja

     
    In the spirit of Halloween, Hero Complex reached out to select filmmakers to solicit their fondest memories of classic horror. […]...
  • 'American Horror Story' recap, 'Edward Mordrake, Part 2'

    'American Horror Story' recap, 'Edward Mordrake, Part 2'
    “American Horror Story’s” Halloween two-parter wraps this week with the conclusion to the carny cautionary tale of Edward Mordrake, a Victorian-era man purported to have a second evil face (because, of course it’d be evil) on the...
  • Review: 'Hellaware'

    Review: 'Hellaware'
    Pretentious art world trendies and posturing rap-rock nonentities collide in writer-director Michael M. Bilandic's "Hellaware," a microbudget indie best described as the cinematic equivalent of a modestly amusing shaggy-dog story that meanders toward a...
  • 'Before I Go to Sleep' is a load of hooey

    'Before I Go to Sleep' is a load of hooey
    ** stars (out of four) A sheep in wolf’s clothing, “Before I Go to Sleep” is only as good as its mystery, which is bollocks. Sure, it constructs a puzzle for your mind, but after the pieces are in place you only focus on the holes that...
  • Marvel announces next phase of superhero movies

    Marvel announces next phase of superhero movies
    Marvel Studios has announced its new phase of superhero movies, including new films featuring Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, and the Inhumans during a fan event in Hollywood on Tuesday that easily rivaled many of its Comic-Con...
  • Review: 'Bitter Honey'

    Review: 'Bitter Honey'
    UCLA anthropologist Robert Lemelson's portrait of polygamous families is more "60 Minutes" than "Sister Wives." An expose and call for social reform in Bali, the film reveals no all-for-one camaraderie, and few creature comforts, for women in so-called...
  • Review: 'Harmontown'

    Review: 'Harmontown'
    Much better known than most sitcom writers, partly for the wrong reasons — notably his frequent clashes with co-workers and resultant firings — Dan Harmon has a die-hard fanbase from NBC's "Community," which at one point was saved from the...