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Boston: Limited Free Passes to New Horror Film THE QUIET ONES

By at April 16, 2014 | 10:22 pm | 0 Comment

Boston: Limited Free Passes to New Horror Film THE QUIET ONES

How many horror films begin with a bad idea? No, not by the writer, by the protagonist. Let's go down those stairs. Follow me onto this potentially uninhabited planet. Honey, I think we should stay in this obviously haunted house (no dear, those sounds are just the structure settling). Well, The Quiet Ones, the latest chiller from Lionsgate Horror, has one that more...

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Disco Stuck: The Quirky Queue’s THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY Film Review

By at April 9, 2014 | 10:36 pm | 0 Comment

Disco Stuck: The Quirky Queue’s THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY Film Review

3 / 5 stars Saturday Night Fever is easily the most entertaining film in history to showcase the disco era. After that? I could call out Roller Boogie (1979) maybe, but it’s way too immature and melodramatic. Plus Linda Blair doesn’t even remove her top, something she would do with great frequency throughout the 1980s. How about the Village People film Can't Stop more...

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Tie Me Up, Bring Me Down: NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME II Film Review

By at April 4, 2014 | 10:38 pm | 2 Comments

Tie Me Up, Bring Me Down: NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME II Film Review

3 / 5 stars Lars von Trier is so impassioned about his own ideas that his big, bulging tale of sexual and gender control is split into two separate feature films. Yes, just like the final chapter of Twilight. (And this isn’t even the director’s final cut. That one’s about 5 1/2 hours.) What started as a cheeky, provocative sexcapade in Nymphomaniac Volume I more...

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When a Man Rubs a Woman: NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME I Film Review

By at March 17, 2014 | 10:47 pm | 1 Comments

When a Man Rubs a Woman: NYMPHOMANIAC VOLUME I Film Review

4 / 5 stars You don’t hear the word "outrageous" used much anymore to describe something raw and scandalous; it’s the kind of adjective uttered by haughty old women or flamboyant gossips. Yet, "outrageous" seems appropriate when considering Lars von Trier’s filmography, perhaps because the Danish auteur terrible revels in outrage. From Dancer in the Dark to his more...

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