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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Happy Valley

By Louise Adams | Apr 15
The name of the bucolic Penn State University campus is also the title of Amir Bar-Lev's documentary exploring the culture, cost and aftermath of deifying college football and its coaches.

Cinema Review :: About Elly

By Robert Nesti | Apr 15
It has taken five years for "About Elly" to reach these shores, but it is worth the wait.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Hustler White

By Michael Cox | Apr 15
For fans of campy, BDSM sensationalism, Strand Releasing has reissued LaBruce and Rick Castro's 16mm film "Hustler White," now restored in HD on Blu-ray Disc.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Double Feature: Eddie & The Cruisers 1 & 2

By Ken Tasho | Apr 14
The 1983 box office flop that later garnered a sizable cult following can now be purchased on Blu-ray along with its companion sequel as a double-feature.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Carrie and Carrie 2: The Rage

By Ken Tasho | Apr 14
These second-rate films prove just how well director Brian DePalma's 1976 adaptation of Stephen King's novel holds up.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Double Feature :: That Man from Rio and Up to His Ears

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 14
The 1964 comic adventure romp "That Man From Rio" gets a lovely restoration and 2K scan to Blu-ray thanks to Cohen Media Group, which pairs the film with its 1965 successor, "Up To His Ears."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: A Most Violent Year

By Frank J. Avella | Apr 13
This anxiety-ridden film often feels like "Chinatown" reset in New York and directed by Sidney Lumet.

Cinema Review :: The Reconstruction of William Zero

By Kevin Taft | Apr 10
Dan Bush's new film is a trippy and beautiful meditation on loss and grief bolstered by a stellar performance of lead Conal Byrne.

Cinema Review :: Kill Me Three Times

By Kilian Melloy | Apr 10
Simon Pegg's contract killer Charlie is the spider at the center of a twisted, violent web; Alice Braga plays a woman who is the target of two separate and unrelated murder plots. What follow is dark and bloody comic brio.

Cinema Review :: Song From the Forest

By Kevin Taft | Apr 10
A first-time director stumbles a bit in presenting the story of a man who gave up life in the U.S. to live with the world's most ancient people.

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