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  • Film Review: Madness haunts Cronenberg's Hollywood story

    Film Review: Madness haunts Cronenberg's Hollywood story
    Director David Cronenberg (“The Fly,” “A History of Violence”) takes on Hollywood in his strange new “Maps to the Stars.” More than his other recent work (“Cosmopolis,” “A Suitable Treatment”), “Maps to the Stars” has a few elements that hark back to his horror films of the ’80s and ’90s. But for the most part it seems another branch in his career trajectory.
  • Theater Review: Music steals the show

    Theater Review: Music steals the show
    Since its debut in Berlin in 1928, “The Threepenny Opera,” Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s groundbreaking, razor-edged protest against societal corruption and religious hypocrisy, has never lost its relevance. Giving it the grittiness...

    DVD Review: Two Oscar winners on the same release

    DVD Review: Two Oscar winners on the same release
    This is probably the first home video release to come out two days after its content won two Oscars. “Big Hero 6” was named Best Animated Feature; the disc also contains the Animated Short winner, “Feast.” “Big Hero 6&...

    Film Review: Vampire mockumentary 'What We Do in the Shadows' has comedic teeth

    Film Review: Vampire mockumentary 'What We Do in the Shadows' has comedic teeth
    Why New Zealand should have a propensity for horror comedies is anybody's guess, but the new “What We Do in the Shadows” can proudly join the ranks of “Black Sheep” and Peter Jackson's early low-budget “Brain Dead” (aka...

    DVD Review: "Don't Look Now," Roeg's du Maurier adaptation, is still chilling 40 years later

    DVD Review: "Don't Look Now," Roeg's du Maurier adaptation, is still chilling 40 years later
    After the one-two punch of “Walkabout” and “Performance,” cinematographer-turned-director Nicolas Roeg turned to the work of Daphne du Maurier for his third feature. Very few pieces of fiction have been so totally improved in...