Review: The Andy Milonakis Show Season II

Review: The Andy Milonakis Show Season II
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The Andy Milonakis Show Season II Tom Stern and Jason Truitt MTV Home Entertainment Street: 10.17 We all know at this point that the jig is up for Mr. Milonakis.

Review: American Blackout

Review: American Blackout
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American Blackout Ian Inaba Disinformation Street: 10.10 What’s scarier to the leaders of our government than a strong democratic black woman who isn’t afraid to ask difficult questions? Answer: A

Suicide: A Crappy Troma Movie

Suicide: A Crappy Troma Movie
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This movie was supposed to be scary and disturbing. Well, it’s not. It’s about as scary and disturbing as a box of well-nourished puppy dogs. I thought it was going

Film Review: High Heels

Film Review: High Heels
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High Heels is finally playing in town, and all I can say is, it’s about fucking time. … read more

Trapped by the Mormons March 20-22 @ the Tower Theatre

Trapped by the Mormons March 20-22 @ the Tower Theatre
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The 1922 film focusing on the cultish actions and schemes of a pair of the LDS Chruch titled Trapped by the Mormons is playing at the Tower Theatre. … read more

Film & Video: December 1991

Film & Video: December 1991
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Be forewarned: Don’t get too caught up in the portrayal of our brutally violent society to miss the messages that are so eloquently conveyed. … read more

Film & Video Reviews: November 1991

Film & Video Reviews: November 1991
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The message: don’t let anyone’s ideas compact your reality into a frame, dare to be a free thinker and let no one dictate your reality. … read more

Movie and Video: Rubin and Ed

Movie and Video: Rubin and Ed
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Rubin is a shut-in, with a fondness for Mahler and rubber squeeze toys. He also possesses a pair of ninja platform shoes which are lethal at thirty paces. … read more

Movie Review: The Doors

Movie Review: The Doors
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With the faithfully recreated concert scenes, we get a little more Doors exposure. Who could ask for more? … read more

U.S. Film and Video Festival

U.S. Film and Video Festival
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This premier screening of Soviet film The Needle, starring Victor Tsoi of Leningrad-based underground band Kino, is followed with a performance by the band. … read more