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Beat

Review Courtney Love, Daniel Martinez, Kiefer Sutherland, Kyle Secor, Norman Reedus, Ron Livingston - Director: Gary Walkow
Bad Seed

Review Jon Favreau, Karen Black, Mary Stuart Masterson. A beauty queen from a small midwestern town feels stuck with her loser boyfriend-a former high school all-star who now drives a tow truck. How long can she put up with his violence and bitterness, before turning to a handsome stranger who has some secrets of his own? 1998/color/99 min/R.
Sky

Review I am a sick man. ... I am a spiteful man. I am an unattractive man. I believe my liver is diseased; With those terrifying words begin one of the masterpieces of world literature, now adopted for a groundbreaking cinematic experience by Gary Walkow, with Henry Czerny giving petrifying life to the central character of Fyodor Dostoevsky's Notes From Underground. Miserable, arrogant, and self-destructive, the narrator of Dostoevsky's pioneering psychological thriller in existential angst peels off one after another layer of an over-active imagination that like cancer is feeding on its own annihilation. This breathtaking cinematic adaptation of Notes from Underground gives it an uncanny visual space to breathe, multi-layered tunnels of time to exorcise its diabolic genius.
Dark Harbor

Review It would take more than a nuclear explosion to stop everyone's favorite violence-loving lawman! David Rasche returned-along with co-stars Anne-Marie Martin and Harrison Page-in the surprising second season of the series that Entertainment Weekly calls "absolutely hilarious" These are the infamous final episodes featuring such guest stars as Richard Moll, Ray Walston, Edy Williams, Bud Cort, Bernie Kopell, Adam Ant, Davy Jones and more, in the "sitcom for people who hate sitcoms" that remains one of the most dangerously funny shows in TV history.
The Machinist

Review brand new
Dogfight

Review Brand Name: LGF Mfg#: 658149805620, Shipping Weight: 0.22 lbs, Manufacturer:, Genre:, All music products are properly licensed and guaranteed authentic.
HELLO HERMAN

Review brand new
My Own Private Idaho

Review Contains 3 episodes: Magnum Farce, Hammer Hits The Rock & Last of The Red Hot Vampires.
The Limehouse Golem

Review Courtney Love, Daniel Martinez, Kiefer Sutherland, Kyle Secor, Norman Reedus, Ron Livingston - Director: Gary Walkow
Tough Luck

Review Jon Favreau, Karen Black, Mary Stuart Masterson. A beauty queen from a small midwestern town feels stuck with her loser boyfriend-a former high school all-star who now drives a tow truck. How long can she put up with his violence and bitterness, before turning to a handsome stranger who has some secrets of his own? 1998/color/99 min/R.
William S. Burroughs: A Man Within

Review I am a sick man. ... I am a spiteful man. I am an unattractive man. I believe my liver is diseased; With those terrifying words begin one of the masterpieces of world literature, now adopted for a groundbreaking cinematic experience by Gary Walkow, with Henry Czerny giving petrifying life to the central character of Fyodor Dostoevsky's Notes From Underground. Miserable, arrogant, and self-destructive, the narrator of Dostoevsky's pioneering psychological thriller in existential angst peels off one after another layer of an over-active imagination that like cancer is feeding on its own annihilation. This breathtaking cinematic adaptation of Notes from Underground gives it an uncanny visual space to breathe, multi-layered tunnels of time to exorcise its diabolic genius.
Radio Mary

Review It would take more than a nuclear explosion to stop everyone's favorite violence-loving lawman! David Rasche returned-along with co-stars Anne-Marie Martin and Harrison Page-in the surprising second season of the series that Entertainment Weekly calls "absolutely hilarious" These are the infamous final episodes featuring such guest stars as Richard Moll, Ray Walston, Edy Williams, Bud Cort, Bernie Kopell, Adam Ant, Davy Jones and more, in the "sitcom for people who hate sitcoms" that remains one of the most dangerously funny shows in TV history.
Beat

Review brand new
Until the Night

Review Brand Name: LGF Mfg#: 658149805620, Shipping Weight: 0.22 lbs, Manufacturer:, Genre:, All music products are properly licensed and guaranteed authentic.
A Crime

Review brand new
Tough Luck

Review Contains 3 episodes: Magnum Farce, Hammer Hits The Rock & Last of The Red Hot Vampires.

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