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Fall Film Preview

By David Lamble | Aug 27
So little time, so many new movies this fall film season. Our rundown focuses on a handful of new LGBTQ-themed films plus a smattering of work from influential filmmakers likely to qualify for the annual Oscar sweepstakes.

Review :: Scandal - Season 5

By Michael Cox | Aug 27
Rather than throwing away her career and becoming the President's helpmeet, Olivia Pope decides to maintain her influence at the Capitol by campaigning for the next Republican nominee. And her choice for the role is her lover's ex-wife.

Review :: Maggie's Plan

By Greg Vellante | Aug 26
Certainly a mixed bag of a film, Rebecca Miller's pseudo-clever "Maggie's Plan" comes to Blu-ray.

Review :: Microwave Massacre

By Ken Tasho | Aug 26
Arrow Video painstakingly restores this little-known "so bad, it's good" film as though it were a 1980's blockbuster classic.

Review :: Weiner

By Louise Adams | Aug 26
Why the fuck do smart, popular men take and send dick pix to women other than their wives? Directors Elyse Steinberg and Josh Kriegman try to explain the exploding, as it 'twere, phenomenon in their documentary.

Review :: Hands of Stone

By Lindsey Bahr | Aug 26
"Hands of Stone" is a solid film, but you just can't help shake the feeling that we've seen it all before.

Review :: Is That You?

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 26
This entertaining road movie from Israeli filmmaker Dani Menkin would have played so much better if it had been filmed as a documentary.

Review :: Psycho IV: The Beginning

By Ken Tasho | Aug 26
Poor Norman Bates just can't get over his past dealings with Mother.

Review :: The Hollars

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 26
John Krasinski has made likable movies and TV shows as an actor, but his new directorial effort, "The Hollars," about a goofball family facing a medical crisis, is DOA.

Review :: Don't Breathe

By Kevin Taft | Aug 26
"Don't Breathe" certainly creates a tension that makes us hold our breath and grasp our seats in suspense, but it also tests our tolerance for violence and icky things.

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