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Book Review: Death at the Chateau Bremont, A Verlaque and Bonnet Mystery by M. L. Longworth

As Verlaque and Bonnet track down a murderer, the reader will want to join them for every clue, glass of wine and fine cigar. Read More »

Book Review: Robert Altman: The Oral Biography by Mitchell Zuckoff

“Stories don’t interest me. Basically I’m more interested in behavior. I don’t direct, I watch.” - Robert Altman Read More »

DVD Review: The Misfortunates

Belgian film finds humor and misery in a dysfunctional family Read More »

DVD Review: The Good, The Bad, The Weird

Wow. Wire work and spaghetti Westerns! Read More »

Movie Review: Winter’s Bone – Rural Poverty, Banjos, and Sweet Tea

Picturesque film in the backlands of the Ozark Mountains. A 17 year-old seeks her drug-dealing father who has jumped bail. Read More »

Book Review: Quentin Tarantino – Life at the Extremes by Aaron Barlow

"Tarantino's movies provide a litmus test, a measure of where we draw the lines between what we'll face directly and what we'll turn away from." Read More »

Movie Review: The White Ribbon, Michael Haneke’s Palme d’Or Winner

Out in UK cinemas now, The White Ribbon answers why Michael Haneke deserves the Palme d'Or. Read More »