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  • Review: 'The Babadook'

    Review: 'The Babadook'
    Here's one of the strongest feature film debuts in a long time, in any genre. Currently on demand and making its way into a few brave theaters, "The Babadook" comes from Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent, whose short film "Monster," made nearly a decade ago, inspired her full-length treatment of the same story.
  • Humanities Festival winter season announced

    Humanities Festival winter season announced
    It seems like it was only yesterday that Anjelica Huston closed out the Chicago Humanities Festival season, but another lineup of speakers is already waiting in the wings. The Humanities Festival announced its two-month-long winter season on Wednesday....

    Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'

    Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'
    It is almost unheard of for a TV series to get a second season nearly 10 years after the first. But with so many recent changes in the viewing landscape, nothing about television is business as usual anymore. Which brings us to "The Comeback," a spiky...

    Review: 'Point and Shoot'

    Review: 'Point and Shoot'
    Meeting Matthew VanDyke in the documentary "Point and Shoot," we learn that the would-be filmmaker from Baltimore motorcycled across Africa and south central Asia with unusual personal peculiarities. At 29, the timid "only child of an only child of an...

    'All Relative' is a painful stretch

    'All Relative' is a painful stretch
    1.5 stars (out of four) A coincidence in search of a movie, “All Relative” introduces one far-fetched idea and then frustratingly refuses to expand on it. The premise suffocates the movie. The farce begins when Harry (Chicago native Jonathan...