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Still from Joe Dante’s Gremlins (1984)

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  • Upstream Color

    Upstream Color 2013

    ★★ Watched 28 Feb, 2013

    I just saw "UC"...Meh.

  • The Hidden Face

    The Hidden Face 2011

    ★★★★ Watched 09 Sep, 2012

    Just saw this on Netflix streaming last night and was blown away by how suspenseful it was. All the elements came together: excellent performances, taut script, lush photography, and pulse pounding music. In some ways it shares a lot of similar themes with another Spanish language thriller I am always pushing: The Uninvited Guest. While not as complex as that twisty thriller-it does draw you in and keep you guessing. And the ending ties it all up with a bow.…

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  • The Haunting of Julia

    The Haunting of Julia 1977

    ★★★★½ Added

    This is THE lost 70's film from Canada. With a post -Rosemary era Mia Farrow-(still has that Sassoon cut), as a depressed mother of a child who just died. But is she dead? Or ...? This needs an immediate release on DVD! What gives people?! A really sad and scary film is left in limbo. Beautiful, evocative cinematography too! A little love here...

  • Birth

    Birth 2004

    ★★★★½ Added 1

    Everything about this film works for me. The acting by the ensemble cast is stellar. And Nicole Kidman has never been more invested in a role . Hard to describe. A film of quiet emotions and bizarre plot twists. The kid in it Cameron Bright is a real discovery. And while the plot might be a little far-fetched, if you go with it and put yourself in her shoes it is a tragic, yet rewarding experience that will make you…