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 Review :: False Confessions

Review :: False Confessions

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 14
The most clever thing about this screen adaptation is that the late director Luc Bondy -- an accomplished theater, as well as film, director -- has chosen to approach it on operatic terms.

 Review :: Lady Macbeth

Review :: Lady Macbeth

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 14
This spirited adaption of a 19th Century Russian novella of a teenage bride's determination to re-write her own destiny is what feminist dreams are made of in this compelling period tragedy.

 Review :: Wish Upon

Review :: Wish Upon

By Kevin Taft | Jul 14
You will wish for something better, but there have been worse horror films upon which to place your regret.

 Review :: Species - Collector's Edition

Review :: Species - Collector's Edition

By Ken Tasho | Jul 11
The first film of the schlocky sci-fi series that made model Natasha Henstridge a semi-household name gets yet another Blu-ray treatment.

 Review :: Snake In The Eagle's Shadow/Drunken Master (Double Feature)

Review :: Snake In The Eagle's Shadow/Drunken Master (Double Feature)

By Greg Vellante | Jul 11
Two of Jackie Chan's 1978 career highlights come to Twilight Time in a special double feature Blu-ray limited release.

 Review :: Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy

Review :: Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 11
Rossellini fans, students of Italian cinema in general or Italian neorealism specifically, '40s film buffs, cineastes of all stripes: This is an unmissable offering. Don't pass it up.

 Review :: You Can't Escape Lithuania

Review :: You Can't Escape Lithuania

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 11
This ludicrous Lithuanian road-movie is probably one of the most pretentious egotistical pieces of nonsense that we have had to sit through desperately trying to find at least one redeeming feature to justify why it was ever made in the first place.

 Review :: A Ghost Story

Review :: A Ghost Story

By Kevin Taft | Jul 7
A gem in the middle of a summer of blockbusters, "A Ghost Story" is a meditative look at existence that isn't for everybody, but will haunt you long after it fades to black.

 Review :: City of Ghosts

Review :: City of Ghosts

By Greg Vellante | Jul 7
The new documentary from Matthew Heineman ("Cartel Land") is a hard-hitting look at the tragedies of ISIL's assault on Syria, and the heroic effort of citizen journalist group, Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.

 Review :: Do You Take This Man

Review :: Do You Take This Man

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 7
The most disappointing thing about this first feature from writer-director Joshua Tunick is that in the end it all turns out to be much ado about nothing.

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