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Nine years after PRIMER Shane Carruth returns with a metaphorical scifi love story that will confound and enlighten.
Keegan Michael Key steals the new horror comedy from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant.
Badass Digest gets to the question of what went wrong - and whether or not Jennifer Garner likes the movie.
A current, cinematic documentary about the conflict in Egypt.
Jordan reviews the uneasy film about the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
CATNIP: EGRESS TO OBLIVION? warns users of the powerful drug about possible dangerous side-effects.
Devin talks with the war journalists who made a film about fallen war photographer Tim Hetherington.
Jacob Kornbluth wisely steps aside and lets former Labor Secretary Robert Reich do the talking in this sharp documentary about widening income inequality in the United States.
Ben Wheatley's follow-up to KILL LIST is darkly inspired and completely hilarious.
Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij make a very disappointing follow-up to SOUND OF MY VOICE.
40 minutes were cut from William Friedkin's CRUISING to placate censors. James Franco and pals work together to recreate those 40 minutes. Except not really.
Devin asks Gaius Baltar what he thought of the controversial BATTLESTAR GALACTICA ending. It turns out he's as baffled as many of you.
With the tone of a classic young adult story, Jeff Nichol's MUD is a 180 from the dour TAKE SHELTER.
Devin asks Hassan Johnson, the actor who played Wee-Bey on THE WIRE, just where his name came from.
Video game spoof VIRTUALLY HEROES is the first Roger Corman-produced movie to ever play Sundance. The legend himself sits down with Devin and talks about violence in media.
Devin talks to the former New Jersey governor, who resigned amidst a gay scandal, and the director of the Sundance doc about his post-politics life.
Devin talks with the star of the Sundance movie that was shot, guerilla style, at Disneyworld.
One half an intriguing doc humanizing illegal immigrants, one half a paean to a handsome actor's interest in the topic.
Devin talks with the Oscar nominated director of the film that shines a light on the surprising beliefs of Israel's ex-Shin Bet heads.
Pornographer Paul Raymond gets the TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY treatment in Michael Winterbottom's biopic.
A stoner comedy that's heavy on the stoners, light on the comedy.
Dorian Missick, star of Sundance film BIG WORDS and the lead in GRAND THEFT AUTO: VICE CITY STORIES, weighs in on video game violence in a surprising way.
Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan and Ben Foster play The Beats and play them great in John Krokidas' feature debut.
Qi Zhao follows three families reeling from the effects of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in this deft documentary.
Meredith and Devin leave for Park City today!
An already impressive batch of films gets more impressive.