John Anderson

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Review: ‘Reeker’

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Both a nightmare and a scream, "Reeker" earns a top spot among those horror films that are as self-aware as they are creepy, spooky, mysterious and kooky. "Reeker" is smarter than its genre, and so…

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Review: ‘Modify’

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Not quite as excruciating as unanaesthetized body piercing itself, "Modify" could nevertheless a cult following if only for its extensive, intimate and vicariously painful footage. Some people may…

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Review: ‘Stolen’

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The as-yet-unsolved March 18, 1990, heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston netted paintings by Degas, Rembrandt and Manet, but it is Vermeer's "The Concert" that was -- and is -- the…

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Review: ‘Steal Me’

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A classic case of overreaching, "Steal Me" boasts unorthodox camera angles, dramatic shifts in its palette and a generally adventurous visual style. What it lacks is believable dialogue, credible…

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Review: ‘212’

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A cast of unconventional charmers plays emotional bumper pool in "212," Anthony Ng's debut feature and a film that applies a little alchemical magic to the unglamorous realities of young urban life…

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