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Hoo boy...it's an Italian zombie movie "presented by Uwe Boll." For the sake of everyone involved, I'll try to make this as quick and painless as possible.... Read more
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How To Survive A Plague

Rather than narrate an oral history of the AIDS epidemic, Oscar nominated documentary How To Survive A Plague takes you inside the frontlines with activists as they challenge the government and the pharmaceutical industry.  Director David France, well known for his journalism on LGBT top... Read more
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Strange Frame

In the 26th century mankind has had to flee from their home planet. The cost to board a ship out of the wastelands of Earth is indentured servitude for two generations.... Read more
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Seven Psychopaths

Seven Psychopaths

Director Martin McDonagh reunites with Colin Farrell for the first time since 2008's cult classic In Bruges and the result is two hours worth of edge-of-your-seat entertainment.  Featuring a brilliant cast and plenty of zany dialogue, Seven Psychopaths is a marvelous homage to t... Read more
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She Wolves: England's Early Queens

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Babar: The Movie

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Birders: The Central Park Effect

“Birders: The Central Park Effect” is a documentary that is both narrated and directed by Jeffrey Kimball. The main focus of this documentary are the numerous species of birds that stop in Central Park every year and the “Birders” that watch them.... Read more
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Searching For Sugar Man

“Searching for Sugar Man” is a documentary about unrenowned singer/songwriter, Rodriguez. Even though this story is a documentary styled film, you get a thriller, suspenseful feel. The entire story is told in a detective type of way.... Read more
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Best of Warner Bros.: 20 Film Collection (Musicals)

This massive collection is part of Warner Bros' continuing celebration of their 90th anniversary.  I know what you are thinking. 90th?  Not exactly a key anniversary but Warner Bros is known for celebrating a lot of anniversaries.... Read more
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Keep The Lights On

Bolstered by the breakthrough performance of Thure Lindhardt, Keep The Lights On has been receiving high praise since its premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.  Some might instantly label this film solely a product of gay cinema, but the film bravely showcases the ups and downs pr... Read more
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