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LA Film Fest: Tying People Up for Laughs and Revenge

I’m making sure the windows are locked tonight. Three consecutive films I viewed at the Los Angeles Film Festival, June 10-18, dealt with tying people up. Not in a nice way, but at least in two cases, a funny way. 'Caught' tells the tale of a teen having an affair with a married man who is kidnapped by the man’s wife and, among other things, tied up. In 'Shevenge', three BFFs fantasize about how to punish men, which involves tying them up. In 'Old Tricks', a burglar learns that you should never try to steal from a retired magician and escape artist. They’re kind of hard to tie up. Read More »

Interview: Angus MacLachlan, Director of ‘Goodbye to All That’

Paul Schneider and Ashley Granger in 'Goodbye to All That,' by Angus MacLachlan. Photo from the trailer.

The director discusses his adult coming-of-age film composed of wonderful comedic moments, drama, poignancy and surprises that smash you over the head. It opens today in New York and then in other selected cities, and is available on VOD. Read More »