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    The Snowtown Murders (NR)

    Your appreciation of this Australian horror movie—based on a series of gruesome murders that took place in an Adelaide suburb in the 1990s--will depend on whether you think its artistry justifies its unrelenting ugliness. more...
  • The Silence (NR)

    Nicely paced but rotely characterized, this 2010 German mystery opens with a preteen girl being tackled in a wheat field, raped, and strangled to death by a long-haired weirdo (Ulrich Thomsen); the murder, which takes place in 1986, is never solved, and 23 years later an identical one is committed in the same field, traumatizing not only the mother of the first girl but a retired police detective who still agonizes over the case and an accomplice of the original killer. more...
  • Stray Dog (NR)

    A detective's search for his stolen gun provides a clever structure for Akira Kurosawa's 1949 trip through the Japanese underworld, one of his earliest successes. more...
  • So Dark the Night (NR)

    Joseph H. Lewis is best known for his burning, violent film noir Gun Crazy, but this 1946 production is equally impressive in a different mode—that of moody, hallucinatory expressionism. more...
  • Strangers in the Night (NR)

    One of the many B films turned out in the 40s by Anthony Mann, before he established himself with his James Stewart westerns. more...
  • Secrets of a Coed (NR)

    Joseph H. Lewis (Gun Crazy) directed this 1942 crime drama by about a woman whose love of excitement gets her into trouble. more...