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Hitchcock/Truffaut (Film Review)

In 1962 François Truffaut, the newly world-renowned director and film critic, sat down with Alfred Hitchcock for an extended interview. This interview, in which the two discussed Hitchcock’s films—and cinema in general—was immortalized in Hitchcock: The Definitive Study of Alfred Hitchcock, ...

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DEDfest 2015

Entering its eighth year, DEDfest aims to solidify itself as the premiere horror, sci-fi, and cult film festival of Western Canada. With their recently released first wave announcement, the festival organizers make a strong case for this year being the best DEDfest ...

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Japan Cuts 2015

For cinephiles who live in or near New York City and are interested in seeing an intriguing blend of contemporary and restored Japanese films, Japan Cuts is the festival for you. Belladonna of Sadness (1973) and Strayer’s Chronicle (2015) will likely be of particular interest for readers ...

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Doomsdays (Film Review)

For a myriad of reasons, Armageddon endures as a prominent theme in popular culture. Being plunged into the wasteland is oddly, yet understandably, attractive to individuals disenfranchised by an increasingly oppressive society. A segment of society has moved beyond the ...

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Heir (Short Film Review)

Two distinct characteristics inform the short films of Richard Powell: dark family secrets and viscous secretions. Powell, taking up the torch ignited by Cronenberg, is responsible for creating some of the most startling and intensely emotional body horror imaginable. Worm (2010), Familiar (2012), ...

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