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Tomorrow By Midnight

Art reflects the human experience, and film is art—at least, it is occasionally. We go to the movies to see idealized and stylized depictions of our world. And let’s face it, we live in a violent world. Violence has long been an important element of cinema. It’s a primal, visceral part of the human experience, [...]

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Basket Case

“What’s in the basket?” That’s the question asked over and over again in Basket Case, director Frank Henenlotter’s  horror cult classic. And, granted, it’s a fair question.  Actually, I’m still not sure of the answer. Duane Bradley (Kevin Van Hentenryck) is a seemingly nice enough young man—he’s polite, soft spoken, with a bit of a lisp—and [...]

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The Last House on the Left

Wes Craven’s shocking 1972 grindhouse flick.

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