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Salvador (1986)

Has-been gonzo journalist James Woods sees the civil unrest in El Salvador as a opportunity to make some money but when his Salvadoran girlfriend and her family become embroiled in the violence, his attitudes soon change. 190 more words


Second Glance: Stephen King's Clever, Overlooked Horror Anthology 'Cat's Eye'

Welcome to “Second Glance,” a bi-weekly column that spotlights an older film of note (thanks to an anniversary, a connection to a new release, or new disc or streaming availability) that was not as commercially or critically successful as it should’ve been. 1,292 more words


“Citizen Cohn” (1992) should NOT be so obscure. It is a cinematic GEM.


Anyone who has seen “Citizen Cohn” (1992) has to have been stunned by James Woods riveting performance. An over-used adjective but it perfectly describes his performance. 1,110 more words

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Movie Review: Straw Dogs (2011)

In 2011, director Rod Lurie (The Contender) helmed a remake of Straw Dogs, the controversial and violent 1971 film from Sam Peckinpah. The film stars James Marsden (X-Men, The Loft) and Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns, Blue Crush) as David and Amy Sumner, a couple that has just moved to a rural Mississippi town where Amy grew up as a child. 608 more words

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