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    Cutting Room for October

    A bevy of horror at The Alamo Drafthouse and a slew of events at Film Streams. When it comes to your autumn plans, consider your pumpkin stuffed! more

    Oct 13, 2017

    1:13 PM

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    Let’s Get Dig-i-tal, Dig-i-tal!

    The digital age is democratizing film, much to the dismay of some critics and filmmakers. more

    Oct 13, 2017

    1:13 PM

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    Many Unhappy Returns

    A Groundhog Day ripoff where a young woman has to solve her own death by getting murdered over and over again by a knife-wielding psycho in a baby mask. It's nowhere near as fun as that made it sound. more

    Oct 13, 2017

    1:12 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 249

    Matt and Ryan discuss Happy Death Day, sex with produce, and cardigans. more

    Oct 13, 2017

    11:59 AM

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    Movieha: Episode 248

    Matt and Ryan discuss board games, video games, and Blade Runner. Y'all, it's a great time to be a nerd. more

    Oct 6, 2017

    12:20 PM

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    Replicant? No, Repli-can!

    30 years after the events of the original, K (Ryan Gosling) hunts down a secret that threatens to topple the human/android balance in a dystopian world that has a surprising amount of color and light. This sequel actually lives up to the classic. more

    Oct 6, 2017

    10:35 AM

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    Double Fault

    The 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was a watershed moment in pop culture for gender equality. If only the movie had half the importance or energy of the real event... more

    Oct 2, 2017

    3:21 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 247

    Matt and Ryan discuss the Kingsman sequel and sundry tidbits. You know how they do. more

    Sep 29, 2017

    10:22 AM

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    Couldn’t Put Eggsy Together Again

    This spy-heavy sequel sees the surviving members of the Kingsman travel to America, where they team up with Channing Tatum's cameo to fight against a drug kingpin played by Julianne Moore, which sounds more fun than it actually is. more

    Sep 22, 2017

    11:56 AM

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    Finally, a Good Columbus

    A promising-but-flawed look at an intriguing setting and well-acted characters, with a script that comes up a "few stories short." That joke is funnier if you know the characters are architects... more

    Sep 19, 2017

    9:57 AM

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    Movieha: Episode 246

    Matt and Ryan talk about mother! and a bunch of other frustrating stuff. It's fun. But mostly only for Matt. more

    Sep 15, 2017

    12:57 PM

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    Gestating the Obvious

    This allegorical, frustrating endeavor sees Jennifer Lawrence as a woman whose writer husband (Javier Bardem) invites people into their home and lives with catastrophic results. It's actually about much more than that, but I'm not supposed to say... more

    Sep 15, 2017

    12:49 PM

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    Movieha: Episode 245

    Matt and Ryan talk about "it." They also talk about the movie It. more

    Sep 12, 2017

    12:05 PM

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    Scary? Shh! It…

    This adaptation of the beloved Stephen King novel gets the murder-clown right, the silly-meets-scary tone correct and the spectacular visuals perfect. The only problems are source material-based (no apologies to the King there). more

    Sep 8, 2017

    3:12 PM

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    Cutting Room for September

    Aksarben Cinema gets their Freaky Friday on (on a Monday), Film Streams sings a Siren song, and the Drafthouse gives you 15 seconds to comply... more

    Sep 8, 2017

    3:00 AM

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    Autumnal Fun-mnal

    So far, 2017 has been a "meh" year for film, but there's hope for a late-innings rally. Check out all the movies we're excited about this fall. more

    Sep 4, 2017

    2:00 AM

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    Lilting at Windmills

    This third, and hopefully final, installment of an inexplicable trilogy sees comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon eat and talk their way through a new country while being modestly entertaining and hinting at their own fraudulent natures. more

    Sep 1, 2017

    11:38 AM

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    Un-Universal

    A documentarian's first narrative feature takes you inside a unique community and may be among the year's best films. more

    Sep 1, 2017

    10:40 AM

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    Movieha: Episode 244

    Matt and Ryan talk Rifftrax, who should be smited down by an angry God, and give out a phone number for you to call! more

    Aug 25, 2017

    11:56 AM

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    In Need of Rabbit’s Foot

    Lucky follows Harry Dean Stanton, in his final film role, as a 90-year-old creature of habit who realizes his own mortality through the quirky characters he meets in a sleepy desert town. It's as trite as it sounds, sadly. more

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    Painting a Mystery

    This first-ever entirely hand-painted film explores the death of Vincent Van Gogh in a way that is sometimes captivating and sometimes frustrating. Still, the hypnotic visuals alone are worth the price of admission. more

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    Live Like a Refugee

    Ai Weiwei's documentary about the unfolding global refugee crisis ably demonstrates the scope and serves as both an educational and emotional experience. more

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    Many Unhappy Returns

    A Groundhog Day ripoff where a young woman has to solve her own death by getting murdered over and over again by a knife-wielding psycho in a baby mask. It's nowhere near as fun as that made it sound. more

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    Replicant? No, Repli-can!

    30 years after the events of the original, K (Ryan Gosling) hunts down a secret that threatens to topple the human/android balance in a dystopian world that has a surprising amount of color and light. This sequel actually lives up to the classic. more

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    Couldn’t Put Eggsy Together Again

    This spy-heavy sequel sees the surviving members of the Kingsman travel to America, where they team up with Channing Tatum's cameo to fight against a drug kingpin played by Julianne Moore, which sounds more fun than it actually is. more

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    Scary? Shh! It…

    This adaptation of the beloved Stephen King novel gets the murder-clown right, the silly-meets-scary tone correct and the spectacular visuals perfect. The only problems are source material-based (no apologies to the King there). more

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