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Matt Shepard is A Friend of Mine

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Fifteen years after his murder gained international attention, friend Michele Josue tells about the person behind the martyr in her 85-minute documentary.

Ghostbusters 1 & 2

By Kevin Taft | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
The answer to "Who you gonna call?" has arrived, and that would be your local retailer to find out when you can pick up the latest anniverary releases of "Ghostbusters" and "Ghostbusters II" on Blu-ray!

Ivory Tower

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
This documentary questions the current consumer-driven college system that "encourages leniency rather than rigor" and capitalist expansion over the bare bones, hard work of learning.


By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Bruce LaBruce (The Raspberry Reich," "Otto; or, Up With Dead People") is back with another sure-to-be controversial take on love and sexuality.


By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Jon Favreau plays at being poor in the vehicle that he wrote, stars in and directed.

Snails in the Rain

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
A gorgeous young student's life reaches a place of anxious suspension, as his future, his relationship, and his sexuality all confound him in Yariv Mozer's taut, moody film.

The Circle

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Besides publishing a trilingual magazine, Der Kreis also hosted themed ur-circuit parties in 1958 Zurich.

Grave Halloween

By Ken Tasho | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
With no special features on the DVD and a tepid movie presentation, this is one horror tale that should be overlooked.

The Way He Looks

By Scott Douglas | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Even the bad guy can be forgiven in this one, as he helps the movie progress to a final understanding where even he comes to have a change of heart.


By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
This Blu-ray release serves up Chabrol's masterpiece with a crisp remastering, and offers an essay by film writer Peter Tonguette. Tart and dark, this is a delectable thriller.