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  • Monday Picks: ‘Dawn of the Dead’ (1978)

    George Romero’s second chapter in his Living Dead series, Dawn of the Dead (1978), picks up after the events of Night of the Living Dead (1968). Dawn of the Dead is…

  • DVD Review: ‘Beautiful Boy’

    There are many reasons a film might be hard to watch: unbelievable performances, sloppy writing, unskilled direction. Some movies offend with tasteless portrayals of strong sexual content or graphic violence. Beautiful…

  • DVD Review: ‘Cyrus: Mind of a Serial Killer’

    As technology gets smaller and cheaper, making films is getting easier and easier. But in a market lousy with low-budget indies, it’s not always easy to score well known actors. This…

  • Late Monday Picks: John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’

    This week’s pick is John Carpenter’s independent horror classic hit Halloween that held the record as the highest grossing independent film of all time. Halloween helped to usher in a new…

  • Film Review: ‘Beautiful Boy’

    Beautiful Boy has an undeniably appealing premise—what do the parents of school shooter go through? And it has two very good actors—Michael Sheen and Maria Bello—who fully commit to their roles.…