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  • H.H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer

    Readers of Erik Larson's The Devil in the White City already know about Holmes, the "Monster of 63rd Street" whose Englewood mansion concealed numerous torture chambers and who murdered countless people before he was discovered and hanged in 1896. more...
  • H.M. Pulham, Esq.

    Robert Young is the New England businessman looking back at his youth in King Vidor's 1941 adaptation of John P. Marquand's best-seller. more...
  • The H-Man

    H-bomb tests in the Pacific create oozing radioactive creatures that attack and dissolve humans in this Japanese sci-fi flick from 1958, directed by Ishiro Honda (Godzilla). more...
  • H-2 Worker

    Shot clandestinely over three and a half years, Stephanie Black's documentary about the exploitation of Jamaican and other Caribbean sugarcane workers in Florida is a good example of investigative reporting of outrages that occur under our very noses—good enough to win the prize for best documentary at the 1990 United States Film Festival. more...
  • Habana, Havana

    This 2003 Venezuelan feature suffers from a strange disconnect between its first and second halves. more...
  • La Habanera

    Directed by Detlef Sierck shortly before he became Douglas Sirk, this Nazi-era vehicle (1937) for superstar Zarah Leander evokes the semiracist ambience of an Esther Williams-Fernando Lamas musical of the 50s. more...
  • Habeas Corpus

    An experimental Argentinean feature (1989) by Jorge Acha about torture at a clandestine detention center in the late 70s and early 80s. more...
  • Habibi Rasak Kharban

    This American-Palestinian coproduction paints a vivid picture of daily life in the occupied territories, though it's fairly heavy-handed as drama. more...
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  • Habit

    In his powerful and original video Fast Trip, Long Drop (1993), Chicagoan Gregg Bordowitz examined his life since learning that he was HIV positive; this eye-opening sequel (2001, 52 min.) more...
  • Habit

    This is-she-or-isn't-she-a-vampire movie is efficient enough at digesting genre tropes. more...
  • Hachi: A Dog's Tale (G)

    A professor (Richard Gere) forges a bond with an abandoned dog in this 2009 drama by Lasse Hallstrom. more...
  • Hacienda el Amor . . . Brujo

    Set in Chicago, Ricardo Islas's 2002 video is a tiresome pseudodocumentary about the making of his earlier epic, a Spanish-language horror flick called Amor Brujo. more...
  • Hacker

    Janusz Zaorski, whose feature A Happy New York played in the 1997 Polish Film Festival in America, directed this 2002 feature about two kids who get into trouble as computer hackers. more...
  • Hackers (PG-13)

    Without being any sort of miracle, this engaging and lively exploitation fantasy-thriller (1995) about computer hackers, anarchistic in spirit, succeeds at just about everything The Net failed to—especially in representing computer operations with some visual flair. more...
  • Hadewijch

    The title of this 2009 French drama refers to both the 13th-century Catholic mystic and a doleful 21st-century virgin named after her (Julie Sokolowski), who's evicted from her rural convent for her excessive piety and self-abnegation. more...
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