5 new Drafthouse titles hitting Netflix Instant, including the great A Band Called Death


One of the bummers about seeing awesome movies at film festivals is that I write about how great they are knowing it might be six months, a year, never, until you, the idiot layman, gets to see them.


Your Mid-Week Guide To DVD & Blu-ray: Olympus Has Fallen At The Big Wedding


God bless America, it's Tuesday and that means we've got another batch of new films hitting DVD and blu-ray to dissect.


Here’s to an amazing year in documentaries


Act of Killing opened in LA over the weekend and hits a few more locations this week, and while I managed to publish what I think is one of the better interviews I've ever done last week, with co-director Josh Oppenheimer, I still haven't been able to finish a proper review.


Review: A Band Called Death out-sugars Sugar Man


A Band Called Death is opening today in a handful of markets (handy guide here), and is available everywhere on iTunes and VOD.


Interview: A Band Called Death


One of the downsides of film festivals is that you see some incredible movies, and you want to shout it from the mountaintops, but so often you come to find out that it might be many months or even years before the film in question is available anywhere to the general public again.

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