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Blu-ray Review: The Conjuring

Surprise summer hit becomes the treat in time for Halloween. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: Safe House [Video]

After a decade on the run, rogue CIA agent Tobin Frost is captured. But when he is brought into Matt Weston's safe house, they are attacked and must run for their lives. Matt must protect a man he does not trust against an army out to kill them both. »»

Safe House - Review (2)

Part Bourne Identity, part 3:10 to Yuma, overall ineffective. »»

Safe House - Review

A slightly poor man’s version of Three Days of the Condor »»

Blu-ray Review: Source Code

Source Code is a fast-paced thrill ride with the perfect blend of science fiction that will leave you thinking about this film long after it’s done. »»

Source Code - Review

Duncan Jones avoids sophomore slump »»

First Five Minutes of Source Code Unveiled

First five minutes of follow up to Moon revealed! »»

SXSW '11: Source Code - Review

Robocop for the digital age »»

The Beaver, Conan Documentary To Have World Premiere at SXSW

South by Southwest Film Festival to include screenings of Paul, Ti West's The Innkeepers and Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop. »»

SXSW Opening Night Film is Announced

The festival will premiere Duncan Jones' Source Code. »»

Trailer Watch: Source Code Pushes the Reset Button Again and Again

This mash-up of Deja Vu and Groundhog Day is Duncan Jones' follow-up to his feature debut, Moon. »»

Plot Synopsis Revealed For Duncan Jones' Source Code

Jake Gyllenhaal to star in Groundhog Day-esque science fiction film for the director of Moon. »»

Up in the Air - Review

George Clooney racks up frequent flyer miles in Jason Reitman’s best film to date. »»

Orphan - DVD Review

If you're the kind of person who watches whatever is left of The Bad Seed when you find it on TV, this movie will probably bring you a lot of happiness. »»

Bring Home an Orphan this Halloween

Do you think there might be something wrong with Esther? Find out on DVD and Blu-ray. »»

Orphan - Review

Mama, don’t let your babies grow up to be Esther. »»

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas - DVD Review

In a year where a subpar film about the Holocaust is given awards and critical acclaim, it’s easy to miss out on the other film about the Holocaust that didn’t get near as much press. One film is told from the point of view of a young man oblivious to the fact that his ex-lover was a Nazi guard. This film sort of glosses over the horrors of the Holocaust to focus on the relationship between the two and then ends with a literacy PSA. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is told from the perspective of an eight-year-old boy and doesn’t hide from the reality of the Holocaust, making this film more horrific, more moving, than the one that Oscar loved. »»

The Boy in Striped Pajamas - Review

Another year, another Holocaust film »»

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