Strong perfs from the two "exes" save this indie from a surfeit of self-deprecating charm. Femme interest seems likely to be inadequate to propel the pic beyond its Nov. 28 limited release.
Maverick U.S. helmer Amos Poe, whose "A Walk in the Park" opened the Rome fest's cutting-edge CinemaXXI section, is developing a TV series about predatory pharmaceutical companies titled "Harvey…
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Positing that Poe spent the last five days of his life in 1849 helping the police to hunt down a serial killer in Baltimore, "The Raven" is a squawking, silly picture that never takes flight.
Cult U.S. helmer Amos Poe's new film will unspool at next week's Venice film festival, it was announced on Tuesday.
A CD and DVD of the musical "Poe," from Alan Parsons Project songwriter Eric Woolfson, will be released next month as part of a push to drum up interest in a U.S. staging of the tuner.
Poe! Poe! (Theatre Geo; 99 seats; $ 15 top) Pearl Prods. presents a play in two acts by Willard Simms and Glenn M. Benest. Directed by Steven Benson. Lighting, Matthew Rauchberg; costumes, Cathy…
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