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Movie Review: ‘Only God Forgives’


Nicolas Winding Refn's newest collaboration with star Ryan Gosling is an ultra-violent, fetishistic fever dream. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Crumble by Sheila Callaghan

Sheila Callaghan's surreal 2005 drama receives an impressive revival at Theatre 68 in Hollywood. Read More »

Book Review: Demonic and Other Tales by Garon Cockrell

Guilt, passion, revenge, dismembered bodies, omnipresent pools of blood, grotesque characters, and vast panoramas of heavenly battle across our world. Read More »

Book Review: The Infernal Republic by Marshall Moore

At times existentialist, surreal and absurd, The Infernal Republic crosses lines and goes places that few short story collections are willing to go. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Belle de Jour – The Criterion Collection

Luis Buñuel’s controversial classic in high definition with great bonus features. Read More »

Book Review: Man Ray | Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism by Phillip Prodger (contributions by Lynda Roscoe Harigan and Antony Penrose)

Those lips, those eyes - Lee Miller and Man Ray were artists, lovers, equals. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Santa Sangre

Elephant funerals, demented parades, seedy red light districts and haunted graveyards make up the stunning imagery of Santa Sangre. Read More »

DVD Review: The Quintessential Guy Maddin!

Five major works from a singular cinematic voice. Read More »

The Filmic Collage of Buster Keaton

How Buster Keaton went full-steam ahead into the hurricane world of the Irrational. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Last Year at Marienbad

A hauntingly beautiful movie gets a beautiful Blu-ray package. Read More »