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TV Review: ‘Fargo’ – FX’s New Unmissable Scripted Series

Fargo Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton

FX's unmissable "Fargo": Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman star in the fabulous new scripted cable series. Read More »

We Laugh to Keep From Crying: The Top Five Black-Comedy Films

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Without hardship and turmoil, there would be no need for humor. Read More »

DVD Review: Monsieur Verdoux – The Criterion Collection

Accompanied by some fascinating extras, this controversial Charlie Chaplin classic just might gain new fans with this edition. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Tin Drum (Die Blechtrommel) – The Criterion Collection

David Bennett paves the way for Peter Bark's groundbreaking performance in Burial Ground. Read More »

Movie Review: Stitches (2012)

On April Fools night, I attended the gala red carpet American premiere of Stitches, an Irish horror spoof starring Ross Noble, an English comedian who has yet to be well-known in the States, but this film may help to start opening doors in America for him. Noble wasn’t present at the screening, but the film’s director/co-writer, Conor McMahon, and its ... Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Trainspotting at Elephant Theatre

Irvine Welsh's cult novel receives an energetic revival in Hollywood from seat of your pants Productions. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Pacific Opera Project presents a superb, full-bodied revival of Sondheim and Wheeler's Tony award-winning dark musical. Read More »

DVD Review: Eating Raoul – The Criterion Collection

Paul Bartel's cult comedy about swingers and murder is still pretty out there after all these years. Read More »

Persona Au Gratin Stars Wendy Charles and Mel England Chat About Their New Film

Persona Au Gratin stars veteran actors sit down for an interview with Blogcritics. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Re-Animator The Musical at the Hayworth

The hilariously ingenious musical adaptation of Stuart Gordon's 1985 cult classic film is back for a limited L.A. run. Read More »