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  • Black Sabbath

    This 1963 film by Mario Bava, Italian master of exquisitely chilling atmosphere, is actually three short films linked by Boris Karloff's narration (and appearance in the second episode as a vampire who gains control over an entire family). more...
  • Blood in the Face

    A 1991 documentary by Anne Bohlen, Kevin Rafferty, and James Ridgeway about the white supremacy movement in the U.S., centered on a gathering of various groups—including the American Nazi Party, Aryan Nation, and the Ku Klux Klan—in rural Michigan in 1986. more...
  • Bread and Roses

    Who wants to think about Mexican janitors—illegal aliens, working in the buildings where movie stars do business with their agents—who decide to unionize to end their exploitation? more...
  • Breaking Away (PG)

    A modest 1979 film about four teenagers (Dennis Christopher, Dennis Quaid, Daniel Stern, and Jackie Earle Hailey) whose transition to responsible adulthood is impaired by the peculiar circumstances of their adolescence—they've grown up as downtrodden townies in the university community of Bloomington, Indiana (here given Ivy League status). more...
  • Brick

    For his debut feature Rian Johnson meticulously re-creates Dashiell Hammett's brand of gumshoe noir but transplants the blind-alley mystery and rat-a-tat dialogue to a modern SoCal suburban high school. more...
  • Bright Leaves

    Apart from the groundbreaking Sherman's March (1986), this is the best entry yet in Ross McElwee's ongoing autobiographical saga: it's funny, profound, and beautifully organized, and for once the southern documentary filmmaker seems fully in control of all the inherent ironies. more...