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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)

Music Box Theatre – Check Venue website for showtimes
First time director-writer-producer Nicolas Pesce makes a bold statement with the taut THE EYES OF MY MOTHER. 48 more words


Book Review: Growing Up with Manos

Growing Up with Manos: The Hands of Fate
By Jackey Neyman Jones with Laura Mazzuca Toops
Published by BearManor Media, 2016. 138 pages

Any serious fan of horror, cult and exploitation films, not to mention Mystery Science Theater 3000, knows of the film… 740 more words

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Kyle Cubr reviews "Christine" before its upcoming Music Box run for Cine-File

Voyeurism, be it via film or television or the news, has always included a sense of morbid curiosity. In Anthony Campos’ CHRISTINE, Sarasota reporter Christine Chubbuck (Rebecca Hall) is coming to terms with her disappointing life. 190 more words


Diary of an Overnight DJ: Gimme Some Lovin'

It’s been a while since I posted, what with all of the recent signs of impending doom and all. It’s a weird feeling to go on-air and talk about music and concerts and all things good when you’re screaming inside. 294 more words


Scott Pfeiffer reviews Scorsese's "The Last Waltz" playing at the Music Box for Cine-File

“Abjuring the traditional hand-held camera for elegant dolly shots and zooms,” wrote Greil Marcus of THE LAST WALTZ in 1980, “Martin Scorsese directed what will stand for a good while as the finest of rock concert movies.” Today, it stands: fiery, exultant, glad to be alive. 261 more words


Kian Bergstrom reviews "Manos: Hands of Fate" playing at the Music Box for Cine-File

The sadness that washed over me the first time, many years ago, that I ever saw an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 remains a bitter ache that, like a cut inside your mouth, seems to reopen and refresh itself every time you notice it. 194 more words