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A low-budget Spanish horror movie written and directed by Fernando Barreda Luna, Atrocious takes a page out of the Blair Witch Project/Paranormal Activity playbook and utilizes home videos in the attempt to come off as somethin...

 
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When we saw the trailer for The Big Year, the David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, Marley & Me) film based on Mark Obmascik’s book about birding, The Big Year: A Tale of Man, Nature and Fowl Obsession, we figured the movie...

 
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Rachael Yamagata
Rachael Yamagata
Rachael Yamagata

You probably wouldn’t know it from the moody material she now plays, but singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata got her start playing in a funk band called Bumpus. She left that band to go solo in 2001 and eventually released her f...

 
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After a successful run on Broadway, Million Dollar Quartet launched its U.S. tour this week in Cleveland, Ohio. We caught last night’s performance at the Palace Theatre and while entertained, we weren’t overwhelmed. The songs a...

 
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Released right when Republication presidential candidates are gearing up for the primaries for the 2012 election, The Ides of March is certainly a relevant and timely film, even if it’s actually based the 2008 play Farragut Nor...

 
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A low budget flick that’s been making the festival rounds all year before coming out this weekend in limited release at only 30 theaters nationwide, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a campy horror flick that benefits from never ta...

 
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Friends since high school, Adam (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Kyle (Seth Rogen) lead pretty average lives. They work together at the Seattle public radio station and struggle, as many single guys in their mid-twenties do, with kee...