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  • Santa Sangre (R)

    This 1989 feature by Alejandro Jodorowsky is just as silly and pretentious as El Topo (197) and The Holy Mountain (1973), but it's similarly watchable and fun in a campy, sub-Fellini sort of way—if only because of its dogged devotion to surrealist excess. more...
  • Saturday Morning Massacre

    A team of paranormal investigators modeled after the characters from Scooby Doo inspects a remote mansion in backwoods Texas where satanic rituals are said to have taken place. more...
  • Sauna (NR)

    Antti-Jussi Annila's moody hybrid of Bergmanesque metaphysics and J-horror atmospherics (2008) was an award-winning box-office dud in its native Finland. more...
  • 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...
  • Saw 3D (R)

    Strange, dumb, and sometimes even fun, the seventh and last installment in Lionsgate's torture-porn franchise would have been just as dull and pretentious as its six predecessors if it had been competent, but its deficiencies make it the series' most enjoyable entry. more...
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  • Saw: The Final Chapter (R)

    Strange, dumb, and sometimes even fun, the seventh and last installment in Lionsgate's torture-porn franchise would have been just as dull and pretentious as its six predecessors if it had been competent, but its deficiencies make it the series' most enjoyable entry. more...
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  • Scared to Death (NR)

    In this 1947 mystery by Christy Cabanne, a dead young woman talks about how she was killed. more...
  • Sci-Fi Spectacular

    This 16-hour marathon of sci-fi and fantasy films kicks off at noon on Saturday, April 12, with Georges Melies’s silent classic A Trip to the Moon (1902) and concludes at 2:15 AM with Dario Argento's Phenomena (1985), starring a teenage Jennifer Connelly as a girl who communicates with insects. more...
  • Scream (R)

    The assumption that there's something inherently clever about a slasher movie making reference to both its genre and the filmmaking process is a fundamental flaw of this tiresome, blood-filled comedy (1996). more...
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  • 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...
  • Scream Bloody Murder (R)

    Low-budget horror exploitation from 1973, most of it shot in the scuzzy outer limits of Venice, California. more...