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I Think You Think Too Much of Me

Friday Aug 26, 2016

Text, Subtext, and Epic Violence :: John Kuntz on Directing 'Blasted'

Friday Aug 26, 2016
Sarah Kane's "Blasted" is famously violent; just as famous is how the play was poorly received at its premiere. Now it's a landmark. John Kuntz chats with EDGE about directing this most rough and raw of theater works.

PopUps: Watch Britney Spears on 'Carpool Karaoke'

Friday Aug 26, 2016
Britney Spears appeared on James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke" and though her singing was awkward, she surprisingly opened up about marriage.

Complete Unknown

Friday Aug 26, 2016
This maddening movie will catch you off guard and keep you there with disconcerting questions and a poetic sensibility.

Don't Breathe

Friday Aug 26, 2016
"Don't Breathe" certainly creates a tension that makes us hold our breath and grasp our seats in suspense, but it also tests our tolerance for violence and icky things.

In Order of Disappearance

Friday Aug 26, 2016
A vengeful father of a murdered young man sets off a vicious war between two gangs in Northern Norway.

Is That You?

Friday Aug 26, 2016
This entertaining road movie from Israeli filmmaker Dani Menkin would have played so much better if it had been filmed as a documentary.

Microwave Massacre

Friday Aug 26, 2016
Arrow Video painstakingly restores this little-known "so bad, it's good" film as though it were a 1980's blockbuster classic.

The Hollars

Friday Aug 26, 2016
John Krasinski has made likable movies and TV shows as an actor, but his new directorial effort, "The Hollars," about a goodwill family facing a medical crisis, is DOA.

Fatima

Friday Aug 26, 2016
Director Philippe Faucon's adaptation of Fatima Elayoubi's writings cuts with surgical precision to the interlinked hearts of the matter.

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