What are you watching this week, Cinephiles? According to our own Kyle Harter the answer to that question would be Dear White People. Whether you agree with him or not, one thing is for sure — there’s lot of […]
About nine months ago my dad came home from attending The Sundance Film Festival and I put aside my jealousy as I prepared to hear about all the amazing movies he saw while he was there. But really, all he […]
The trailer for Birdman would have you believe that it’s a weird little indy about a washed up actor who is slowly losing his grip on reality. And while that is certainly a beat within the film, it unfairly discounts all of the […]
What’s the worst fate you can imagine in horror fiction? If we’re to believe the genre, there’s something worse than death — the life that comes after it. Becoming the monster means losing your humanity and giving in to man’s […]
8/28/13Unknown Japan presents SAMURAI PIRATE (1963) 8/30/13Exhumed Films presents THE NAME OF THE GAME IS KILL (1968) + HOMEBODIES (1974) 9/04/13Unknown Japan presents THE DRIFTING CLASSROOM (1987) 9/05/13 SONG SUNG BLUE (2008) 5th Anniversary w/ Director Greg Kohs 9/09/13Shooting Wall presents VIEWS FROM THE UNDERGROUND short film program
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