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  • The Hallow
  • The Hallow

    A biologist working on a government-sponsored project moves to a remote, wooded area of Ireland with his wife and infant son and discovers that the area is plagued by evil spirits. more...
  • Holiday
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    Holiday (NR)

    A misfit teenager (Juan Arregui) is sent by his divorced mother to spend spring break with his aunt, uncle, and cousins, and during the course of his stay he wrestles with feelings of sexual attraction to a leather-clad biker (Diego Paredes). more...
  • Hogtown
  • Hogtown

    Chicago Heights (2010) and Hogtown (2014), the first two installments of a projected trilogy by writer-director Daniel Nearing, both made their local debuts at the Black Harvest Film Festival at Gene Siskel Film Center, and they return this week in honor of Black History Month. more...
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  • Happy Valley
  • Happy Valley

    Happy Valley, a searching documentary about the child sex-abuse scandal at Pennsylvania State University, concludes with a scene of Matt Sandusky, the grown adoptive son of convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky, constructing a basement rec room in his home as his own small children romp around nearby. more...
  • The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound
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    The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound

    This short documentary about Fred Harvey's chain of train-stop restaurants (which also inspired the MGM musical The Harvey Girls) focuses on the job opportunities they offered single women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. more...
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    The Happy Poet

    Unemployed and up to his ears in debt, an effete slacker with an MFA in poetry goes into business selling organic food from a hot dog stand. more...
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    Honey

    "Slow cinema" from Turkey, this 2010 feature by Semih Kaplanoglu presents the daily experience of a beekeeper's young son who lives in a village near the Black Sea. more...
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    High School (R)

    When a crap comedy opens in Chicago, the publicist will corral critics into a public screening where gales of laughter from "real people" are supposed to cow us into writing a favorable review. more...
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    The Holding

    A single mother (Kierston Wareing of Fish Tank) and her two daughters move to a small village in northern England to forget about an unspecified trauma, only to be seduced and terrorized by a handsome stranger (Vincent Regan) with a psychotic need to play daddy. more...
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    Heroes

    In this 2010 comedy, a young professional is forced to walk to an important business meeting after his car runs out of gas. more...
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    Hostage of an Illusion

    Eliseo Subiela, Argentina's reigning master of sexy, softhearted magic realism, seems to be treading water with this moody romance about a 60-ish novelist pursuing an affair with a photographer three decades his junior. more...
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    How to Grow a Band

    This amiable documentary profile of bluegrass musician Chris Thile was shot in 2008 and 2009, when he rebounded from the recent breakup of his band Nickel Creek to form the more experimental bluegrass outfit the Punch Brothers. more...
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    Hit So Hard

    Hole’s Live Through This, one of the most pivotal and celebrated alternative-rock albums of the 90s, was powered by the drumming of Patty Schemel, but the musician was pulled under by heroin addiction and the loss of her close friend Kurt Cobain. more...
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    The Hole (PG-13)

    An unhappy teen (Chris Massoglia) and his adventuresome brother (Nathan Gamble) move into a new home with their single mom (Teri Polo) and discover a trap door in the basement; when they pry it open, they uncover a bottomless hole, and horrible stuff begins to crawl out. more...