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Evangeline (Film Review)


Evangeline, filmed in British Columbia by Opiate Pictures, is inspired by serial killings of women that have remained unsolved for decades. “We’ve had serial killers go uncaught for years,” says director Karen Lam. “In two square blocks of Vancouver, 65 women ...

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The Stranger (US Blu-Ray Review)

Though often neglected alongside his masterpiece Citizen Kane (1942) or most beloved noir film Touch of Evil (1958), Orson Welles’ excellent, if understated small town thriller, The Stranger (1946), has recently arrived on blu-ray from Kino Lorber. An important post-war ...

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The Witches (UK Blu-Ray Review)

Known primarily for their Gothic horrors, Hammer Film Productions nevertheless managed to make a number of lesser-known, but quality thrillers, comedies and adventure films which occasionally demonstrated greater subtlety than one would have thought possible. One of the things that ...

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