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  • Saw (R)

    A surgeon (Cary Elwes) and a photographer (Leigh Whannell) wake to find themselves shackled at opposite ends of a scummy toilet, a body lying on the floor between them. more...
  • Scream 4 (R)

    Wes Craven returns to the franchise that resurrected his career, and this third sequel may be for him what Operation Shylock was for Philip Roth: a hall-of-mirrors narrative in which the artist tries to reconcile his artistic intentions with the misinterpretations of his most bloodthirsty fans. more...
  • The Signal (R)

    Two detectives get caught up in a corruption case during the last days of Eva Peron's life in this crime drama by Ricardo DarĂ­n and Martin Hodara. more...
  • Sinister (R)

    This formulaic horror movie serves mainly to illustrate what a resourceful actor Ethan Hawke has become; as a washed-up true-crime author desperate for a hit, he plays on his boyish energy to suggest a darting intelligence beneath the character's vanity and opportunism. more...
  • The Skin I Live In (R)

    Pedro Almodovar tries his hand at psychological horror, modeling this sicko thriller on Fritz Lang's low-budget, postwar nightmares (e.g. Scarlet Street or House by the River) and, more specifically, Georges Franju's eerie Eyes Without a Face. more...
  • Smiley (R)

    An impressionable teenaged girl discovers an urban myth about a deranged serial killer and begins to fear she may be his next victim. more...
  • Splice (R)

    Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley star as cutting-edge geneticists whose secret experiment splicing together human and animal DNA yields a darling little girl with a stinger, crooked legs, and eyes in her temples. more...
  • Stoker (R)

    Foreign filmmakers are rarely well served by their excursions into Hollywood, but for South Korean director Chan-wook Park, the guiding hand of Fox Searchlight may not have been a bad thing: this erotic psychodrama (2013) rivals his Oldboy and Lady Vengeance in its bold color and delirious compositions but avoids the ritualized sadism that made those films such dubious pleasures. more...
  • Survival of the Dead (R)

    If you stick around to the bitter end of George A. Romero's sixth zombie movie, you'll see that the production company was incorporated as "Blank of the Dead LLC." more...
  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (R)

    Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's arty blood opera about revenge, squalor, cannibalism, and despair in Victorian London provides a good many challenges to nonprofessional singers, including unhummable tunes, and one accomplishment of this well-crafted if relatively impersonal 2007 adaptation by director Tim Burton and writer John Logan is that Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, and Sacha Baron Cohen do a lot more than simply survive the songs. more...