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 Review :: Silent Night, Deadly Night

Review :: Silent Night, Deadly Night

By Ken Tasho | Dec 5
The Christmas slasher film that outraged parents at the time of its release in 1984 gets a long overdue Collector's Edition Blu-ray from the fine folks at Shout Factory.

 Review :: The Yellow Handkerchief

Review :: The Yellow Handkerchief

By Greg Vellante | Dec 4
A richly human drama, Yôji Yamada's 1977 road trip film "The Yellow Handkerchief" arrives on a new Blu-ray from Twilight Time Movies.

 Review :: The Other Side Of Hope

Review :: The Other Side Of Hope

By Roger Walker-Dack | Dec 1
This superb movie is the latest from Finnish auteur Kaurismäki.

 Review :: The Shape of Water

Review :: The Shape of Water

By Kevin Taft | Dec 1
"The Shape of Water" has the makings of a masterpiece, but the familiar parts undercut the quirky original ones.

 Review :: Future '38

Review :: Future '38

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 1
Part comedy, part retro-science fiction cult movie just waiting to be discovered, "Future '38" is a fresh and funny cinematic cocktail.

 Review :: Wonder Wheel

Review :: Wonder Wheel

By Kilian Melloy | Dec 1
Even the occasional classic Woody Allen one-liner sinks beneath this film's sodden dramatics, and you can't help missing the light, dry, nimbly acerbic Allen of old.

 Review :: Doctor Doolittle

Review :: Doctor Doolittle

By Greg Vellante | Dec 1
Bloated nonsense disguised as extravagant spectacle, 1967's "Doctor Doolittle" is a 151-minute misfire. The kids will probably enjoy it, though.

 Review :: Bananas

Review :: Bananas

By Greg Vellante | Dec 1
Woody Allen's politically subversive satire "Bananas" comes to Twilight Time Movies in a limited edition release.

 Review :: The Disaster Artist

Review :: The Disaster Artist

By Greg Vellante | Dec 1
James Franco's "The Disaster Artist" plays it safe when showcasing the story of Tommy Wiseau and the creation of "The Room," skirting over controversial details for a more celebratory approach that ultimately squanders a very entertaining and funny film.

 Review :: The Defiant Ones

Review :: The Defiant Ones

By Michael Cox | Nov 29
Over the course of three years, director Allen Hughes collected extensive interviews with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine to create a four-part series that follows the careers of these compulsively hard-working men.

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