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Saturday Matinee: Slacker

Synopsis by Criterion Collection:

Slacker, directed by Richard Linklater, presents a day in the life of a loose-knit Austin, Texas, subculture populated by eccentric and overeducated young people. 65 more words

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Saturday Matinee: Step Across the Border

Synopsis from CineNomad:

In “Step Across the Border” two forms of artistic expression, improvised music and cinema direct, are interrelated. In both forms it is the moment that counts, the intuitive sense for what is happening in a space. 220 more words

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The Long Good Friday Review: English Heritage

Words: Brody Rossiter
Twitter: @BrodyRossiter

ERIC’S BEEN BLOWN UP

Britain has a rich and long history of producing some of cinema’s most memorable and characterful crime films. 551 more words

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Saturday Matinee: Dust

“Dust” (2001) is an audacious Southeastern European Western directed by Milcho Manchevski. The film’s narrative cross-cuts between two stories: one in which a thief is cornered at gunpoint in a New York apartment by an elderly woman and a second involving love and vengeance between two brothers caught up in a revolutionary struggle in Macedonia. 25 more words

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SLEAZE IS BACK! Weng' Chop Issue #7 On Sale Now!

FINALLY HERE! All the deviant film filth your withered little hearts demand! 180 pages of sleaze, filth, horror, obscurity and oddity in one book! Grab your copy right freakin’ now while supplies last! 12 more words

Mondo Presents 'Maniac Cop 2' LP

In early 2015 Mondo continued their incredible list of film soundtracks with composer Jay Chattaway’s score for the 1990 film ‘Maniac Cop 2.’ 127 more words

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Midnight Run Review: On the Road Again

Words: Brody Rossiter
Twitter: @BrodyRossiter

EXPRESS DELIVERY

Martin Brest’s Midnight Run is the kind of movie you discover while idly flicking through your television’s countless channels in the middle of the night. 505 more words

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