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Suspiria – Longer and Less Substantial!

Suspiria – Sara (Mia Goth) and Susie (Dakota Johnson) – Photo courtesy of

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There are certain things that are batsh*t crazy – covering Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention; diving into a frozen river, and remaking/reimaging Dario Argento’s classic giallo, Suspiria (even with Argento’s blessing).

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Cryptic Trailer: Terence Malik’s Knight of Cups!

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The first trailer for Terence Malik’s Knight of Cups is here! And, yes, it’s as bewildering as ever.

Knight of Cups’ world premiere will be at the Berlin Film Festival in February, It will be released in North America later in 2015.

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Side Effects Is Typically Twisty Soderbergh!


If Steven Soderbergh has really left filmmaking for good, he is definitely going out on a high note. Side Effects is a twisty piece of fun that swerves from apparent satire – about our heavily medicated culture – to thriller without missing a beat or ever losing its psychological edge.

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