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 Review :: Obsession

Review :: Obsession

By Ken Tasho | Jan 15
Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" has been examined and mimicked for years, and Director Brian De Palma offers up a variation of Hitchcock's story of duality in a new Blu-ray release.

 Review :: Halloween

Review :: Halloween

By Ken Tasho | Jan 15
It's the moment every die-hard "Halloween" fan has been waiting for: The original iconic character of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) returns for the first time since 2002.

Screen Actors Guild Slams Film Academy for Oscar Tactics

Screen Actors Guild Slams Film Academy for Oscar Tactics

By Jake Coyle | Jan 15
The Screen Actors Guild on Monday called on the film academy to stop trying to prevent stars from appearing on award shows before the Oscars.

'Green Book' Writer Apologizes for Old Tweet About Muslims

'Green Book' Writer Apologizes for Old Tweet About Muslims

Jan 14
"Green Book" co-writer Nick Vallelonga has apologized for a 2015 tweet about Muslims and 9/11 that has resurfaced a few days after the film won a Golden Globe Award.

'Roma' Tops Critics' Choice Awards; a Tie for Gaga and Close

'Roma' Tops Critics' Choice Awards; a Tie for Gaga and Close

Jan 14
"Roma" is the top winner at the Critics' Choice Awards, winning best picture, foreign language film and a pair of individual honors for director Alfonso Cuaron.

Kevin Hart's 'The Upside' Unseats 'Aquaman' in $19.6M Debut

Kevin Hart's 'The Upside' Unseats 'Aquaman' in $19.6M Debut

Jan 13
Kevin Hart isn't hosting the Oscars, but he's got a number one movie.

Ministers, Homophiles and Raging Cops - How A Raucous New Year's Day Ball Changed San Francisco

Ministers, Homophiles and Raging Cops - How A Raucous New Year's Day Ball Changed San Francisco

By Michael Flanagan | Jan 12
History sometimes seems ruled by events with unintended consequences. That certainly is the case with the Mardi Gras Ball at California Hall - an event that's been called 'San Francisco's Stonewall,' a name that's a bit misplaced.

'Roma' Actresses Drew on Personal Lives for Inspiration

'Roma' Actresses Drew on Personal Lives for Inspiration

By Berenice Bautista | Jan 11
Yalitza Aparicio says her role as Cleo, a domestic worker central to the awards season darling "Roma ," is more personal. It was her mother's profession, and Aparicio says she set out to make it a tribute to her mother and others like her.

 Review :: Beyond the Night

Review :: Beyond the Night

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 11
The film's atmospherics might avoid creepy cliches, preferring pit-of-the-stomach dread over jump scares or phantasms, but its plotting has a formulaic feel.

 Review :: Ashes In The Snow

Review :: Ashes In The Snow

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 11
Movies like this one are inevitable in times of great existential uncertainty, and a necessary expression of remembrance and defiance.

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