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“..and they descended upon the Earth to strengthen their ranks.” —¬†Borgman The opening text to Alex van Warmerdam’s dark and surreal fairy tale is the biggest clue to solving the enigma of Camiel Borgman (Jan

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Are desperate people measured by their self-worth or their primal human instincts? There are many questions this film provokes beneath it’s straight-forward concept. Craig (Pat Healy) is at the bottom of the barrel when he

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I had the opportunity to ask the talented Pat Healy about his acting career and his overall feelings about working in and outside of Hollywood. Cheap Thrills is available on Movies On Demand today and

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I was given the opportunity to ask E.L. Katz, the director of Cheap Thrills about his influences on the film as well as his feelings on breaking into Hollywood and what he has lined up

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Ben Wheatley wants you to “open up and let the devil in” with his latest feature film. A Field In England is amusingly sharp and frankly unconventional with antique tinged black and white visuals to

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Nobody does movie posters like Mondo and this portrait of Ms.45 is the latest that’s a must have for your collection.¬†Drafthouse Films has released the Mondo poster of Abel Ferrara’s (Bad Lieutenant, King Of New

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Drafthouse Films has been on a mission to revive obscure cult films and give them a second life in movie houses. Miami Connection, Wake In Fright and The Visitor have gained new audiences and now

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I long ago heard the myth of the bizarre cinematic entity known as 1979’s The Visitor from a great friend who was a projectionist where we both worked and my partner in late night film

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I was blessed with the opportunity of getting down to the nitty- gritty with Alamo Drafthouse founder and all around cinephile showman and entrepreneur Tim League. Please leave your comments below and don’t hold back.

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Within a matter of minutes I was transported back to a moment of time when my adolescent comrades and I would retreat to the woods on a bright summer afternoon, armed to the teeth with

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Way down in Motor City while Iggy Pop was rocking with The Stooges and MC5 was kicking out the jams, three brothers were inventing hardcore punk ahead of it’s time in A Band Called Death.

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