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 Review :: Madhouse

Review :: Madhouse

By Ken Tasho | Jun 17
With nary a madhouse in sight, the title of Arrow Video's 1981 slasher is a tad head-scratching.

 Review :: The Book Of Henry

Review :: The Book Of Henry

By Kevin Taft | Jun 16
"The Book of Henry" is an odd little film that still manages to be a heartfelt gem, despite some whacky plot mechanics.

 Review :: Funeral Parade of Roses

Review :: Funeral Parade of Roses

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 16
This re-issue of a seminal 1960s Japanese avant-garde take on the legend of Oedipus is not for the faint of heart.

 Review :: Cars 3

Review :: Cars 3

By Greg Vellante | Jun 16
Parents, prepare to be screwed. With "Cars 3," Pixar's blockbuster franchise continues its lazy, lackluster execution with a tired plot once again designed solely around the idea of selling toys to children.

 Review :: 47 Meters Down

Review :: 47 Meters Down

By Kevin Taft | Jun 16
Mandy Moore doesn't sing for her supper in her new underwater thriller, but she does look tasty to the sharks that want to eat her.

 Review :: Rough Night

Review :: Rough Night

By Padraic Maroney | Jun 16
Women finally get to show the very bad things that go on at bachelorette parties, but the results are only mildly entertaining.

 Review :: Lost in Paris

Review :: Lost in Paris

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 16
Fiona Gordon and Dominique Abel write, direct, and star in a self-consciously strange comic adventure.

 Review :: Don't Knock Twice

Review :: Don't Knock Twice

By Ken Tasho | Jun 15
If fans of "Battlestar Galactica" actress Katee Sackoff want to know what this talented lady has been up to, look no further than this new IFC Films horror flick.

 Review :: The Stone Killer

Review :: The Stone Killer

By Greg Vellante | Jun 14
A superior example of tough-guy, meat-and-potatoes action cinema, the Michael Winner/Charles Bronson 1973 vehicle "The Stone Killer" comes to Twilight Time Blu-ray.

 Review :: Frantz

Review :: Frantz

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 13
Very little is black and white, this film -- with its ventures into color -- seems to say, least of all the question of who we are, who we say we are, and to whom we repeat, or reinvent, our stories.

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