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A quick meal of red meat.
An essay on David Cronenberg's "The Brood."
An interview with the directors of the terrifying "Goodnight Mommy," Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz.
An obituary for wrestler and actor "Rowdy" Roddy Piper.
Arrow has released a special Steelbook DVD of Mario Bava’s “Blood And Black Lace”.
A feature on the films that connect The Road Warrior to Fury Road, the films influenced by the former which, in turn, influenced the latter.
Your bi-weekly guide to the latest and greatest on Blu-ray and DVD.
The state of female directors in Hollywood; Legacy of "Goodfellas"; "Year of women" at box office; What Dogme 95 did for women directors; Chuck Norris vs. Communism.
"The Unloved" series continues with a neglected recent gem by John Carpenter.
Our most anticipated films of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Sheila writes: Over the past week, an 11-minute television parody from Adult Swim titled "Too Many Cooks" basically took over the Internet. What was it? Why was everyone talking about it? Todd VanDerWerff over at Vox breaks down "Too Many Cooks," answering any and all questions. You can read the whole thing here. It's a handy guide. In case you have not seen "Too Many Cooks" yet, here's the video embedded below!
A look at the cinematic and political history that resulted in Bong Joon-Ho's "Snowpiercer."
New films from Israel and Spain address a changing world for kids and young adults.
Three films at the Sundance Film Festival explored the power of making the camera see from the perspective of someone in the film.
Glenn Kenny highlights the picks of Blu-ray releases for the month of November
Science fiction films of the 1950s gave women surprisingly prominent roles as scientists.
The logic of "stupid poor people"; the retrogression of "Boondock Saints"; Zizek and Chomsky documentaries; David Simon on "12 Years a Slave"; a case for theological studies.
"Blood Feast" is a terrible film, and a historically important one, too. On the fiftieth anniversary of its release, Simon Abrams revisits this gore-fest.