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Review :: Pretty Poison

By Michael Cox | Dec 5
A good director can transform an actor's career; a great director can destroy it. In "Pretty Poison" some of Anthony Perkins most compelling acting is overshadowed by Norman Bates.

Review :: The Eyes Of My Mother

By Noe Kamelamela | Dec 5
"The Eyes of My Mother" is a gruesome fable about a young murderess.

Review :: Moscow on the Hudson

By Michael Cox | Dec 2
Twilight Time's limited release disc bring Paul Mazursky's beloved Cold War romcom to Blu-ray, a film that shows how even critics of this country can be fiercely patriotic toward it.

Review :: Summertime

By Dale Reynolds | Dec 2
The joys and sorrows of forbidden love between two lovely young women in 1971 France.

Review :: Lone Wolf and Cub

By Jake Mulligan | Dec 2
You already know "Shogun Assassin." Criterion's new Blu-ray box-set of the saga-one of their strongest and most comprehensive releases to-date-reveals the rest of the story.

Review :: Things to Come

By Dale Reynolds | Dec 2
A middle-aged professor of philosophy has her life upended in a fantastically intelligent drama.

Review :: Jackie

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 2
Look for Portman to appear on Oscar ballots. But look for her first at the Cineplex: This movie is unquestionably Oscar bait, but it's worthy of a place on your must-see list.

Review :: Mifune: The Last Samurai

By Noe Kamelamela | Dec 2
"Mifune: The Last Samurai" is a painstakingly crafted documentary about Toshiro Mifune's cinematic prowess.

Review :: C.H.U.D.

By Ken Tasho | Nov 30
That horror movie sub-genre known as "Sewer Dwellers" gets its main inspiration from a Blu-ray title finally seeing the light of day.

Review :: War Dogs

By Derek Deskins | Nov 30
Although it boasts a great cast and interesting premise, "War Dogs" is without question the most bland film of Todd Phillips' career.

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