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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Wrecking Crew

By Michael Cox | Jun 25
Though they recorded several Grammy Award winning records together, they were never rock stars and most people would never recognize them. They called themselves "The Wrecking Crew."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Bridge

By Jake Mulligan | Jun 24
Criterion has done cinema a good deed by getting Wicki's first film out into the world. Let's hope that there are more to follow.

Cinema Review :: Rebels Of The Neon God

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 24
Be warned: the queer love in "Rebels of the Neon God" has no real obvious payoff (especially by today's standards), but it does have a strangely visceral one.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Unfinished Business

By Michael Cox | Jun 23
"Unfinished Business" attempts to mix the lowest of frat-boy humor with something heartfelt; there's enough warm family moments to charm your grandma and enough gratuitous dick humor to please the crowd at a kegger.

Cinema Review :: Creep

By Kevin Taft | Jun 23
It doesn't break new ground, but "Creep" is an efficient little thriller with a terrific performance by Mark Duplass and a super-unsettling werewolf mask called "Peach Fuzz."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Dog Soldiers

By Ken Tasho | Jun 23
A horror/comedy in the vein of "Shaun of the Dead" hits shelves under the Scream Factory trademark, one of those highly praised films that fell under the radar a decade ago.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Timbuktu

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 23
This beautifully-shot drama about religious imposition and cultural vandalism plays out not only in unoccupied city but also across desert terrain, where a herdsman and his family try to pursue their own peaceful lives.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Spirited Away

By Jake Mulligan | Jun 22
By combining the character-focused lyricism of Miyazaki's lighter works ("Totoro") with the dense mythology of his epics ("Princess Mononoke,") "Spirited" makes a claim toward being his magnum opus.

Cinema Review :: Eden

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 22
French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Love's new movie is a love story of the music of a generation where the plot and people involved really do take a back seat.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Folsom Forever

By Christian Cintron | Jun 21
The Folsom Street Fair is an important part of LGBTQ history. Luckily, this documentary sheds a little light to its history and impact on one of the largest and most significant cities in queer history.

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