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BoardingHouse Midnight Screening

Back in the early ’80s, when I worked at a movie theater, we had a strange movie playing there that looked very grainy for some reason. 211 more words

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2016 Year in Review - Part 5: Some Highlights

Even though this year had plenty of downer moments, there were quite a few highlights that I think are worth mentioning. I know it is easy to remember the bad stuff that happens in our daily lives that I think we tend to forget all the good things, no matter how simple or small they might be. 1,073 more words

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Midnight Train to Busan

Some headlines just write themselves….

Just when you thought the zombie genre was dead and gone, we get this new one from South Korea that has been making a lot of buzz on this interweb thingy.  136 more words

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Kyle Cubr reviews "The Brand New Testament" for this week's Cine-File

God exists in human-manifestation form, and he lives in Brussels with his wife and daughter, Ea. In this modern take on the Bible, God is depicted in Old Testament form, primarily as a cynical, sadistic overseer of humanity who affects humanity via his personal computer. 147 more words


Scott Pfeiffer reviews "Thy Father's Chair" for this week's Cine-File list

This amusing, exceptionally well-crafted documentary takes as its subject a pair of aging Orthodox Jewish twins with hoarding tendencies. Having spent their lives perusing religious texts, the brothers, lost in the wake of their parents’ deaths, have let their ancestral apartment become a junkyard. 321 more words


Scott Pfeiffer reviews a returned "Love Actually" for Cine-File's weekly list

Of the world of modern romantic comedies, so shaped by Richard Curtis’ pen (BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY, NOTTING HILL, FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL), I once knew naught. 108 more words


Cine-File contributor Kyle Cubr reviews "The Eyes of My Mother"

Nicolas Pesce’s THE EYES OF MY MOTHER (New American)

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First time director-writer-producer Nicolas Pesce makes a bold statement with the taut THE EYES OF MY MOTHER. 48 more words