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Review: 'Cookers'

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Dan Mintz's "Cookers" -- a haunted-house/drug-movie hybrid as inviting as 99 minutes of nails on a blackboard -- would rank on many all-time worst movie lists if enough people had the misfortune of…

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Review: 'Revolution #9'

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Spinning together such disparate interests as technological paranoia and concern over the quality of mental health care in America, Tim McCann's strong second feature, "Revolution #9," looks with…

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Antonio Banderas
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Review: 'The Body'

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At the start of writer-director Jonas McCord's "The Body," as a shaft of dusty sunlight peers inside an ancient tomb revealing the skeletal remains of what just might be the body of Jesus Christ…

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Review: 'Up Syndrome'

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Early in Duane Graves' "Up Syndrome," we are treated to several excerpts from bad, shot-on-video monster movies made by Graves and his subject, the Down's Syndrome-afflicted Rene Moreno, when they…

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Review: 'Shocking Truth'

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There is as much reason to be shocked by what's onscreen in Alexa Wolf's "Shocking Truth" as there is to doubt that any of the "facts" presented in this highly personal, highly polemical docu can be…

Matthew A. Brown, Richard Dutcher
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Review: 'Brigham City'

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From the opening image of wearied Sheriff Wes Clayton (Richard Dutcher) strapping on his ankle holster and suiting up with all the rote, laconic dispassion of Morgan Freeman in "Seven," "Brigham…

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Review: 'Naked States'

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Armed with the tagline "A full-frontal feature-length film," "Naked States" is a literally revealing, if not particularly probing, docu chronicling photographer Spencer Tunick's five-month quest to…

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