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  • Everything Strange and New (NR)

    Indie writer-director Frazer Bradshaw makes an impressive feature debut with this small but knowing drama about a decent, well-meaning young lumpen (Jerry McDaniel) who's begun to bump up against the limits of adult life. more...
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  • Excision (NR)

    Richard Bates, Jr. directed this horror chiller about a high school girl who performs unusual surgeries on unwitting victims. more...
  • Excuse Me for Living (NR)

    Ric Klass wrote and directed this romantic comedy about a suicidal man whose doctor (Robert Vaughn) coerces him into joining a group for Jewish seniors. more...
  • The Experience (NR)

    Addison Henderson directed this documentary about four people who travel to Ghana, West Africa, in search of the buried history of the transatlantic slave trade. more...
  • Experiment Perilous (NR)

    Produced by RKO as a vehicle for Hedy Lamarr, this little-known mystery (1944) ranks alongside the major works of director Jacques Tourneur, whose mastery of tone and feeling was evident in genres as diverse as horror (Cat People), western (Canyon Passage), and film noir (Out of the Past). more...
  • The Exploding Girl (NR)

    A quietly expressive performance by Zoe Kazan highlights this gentle, honest study (2009) of a college freshman tentatively negotiating the transition to adulthood. more...
  • Extraordinary: Stan Lee (NR)

    Jonathan Josell directed this documentary profile of Lee, the former editor of Marvel Comics who helped create Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the Hulk. more...
  • The Eye of the Storm (NR)

    Geoffrey Rush and Charolette Rampling star in this adaption of Australian author Patrick White's novel, about an ailing matriarch who spends her last days ensuring her children won't forget her. more...
  • The Eyes of Me (NR)

    Keith Maitland directed this 2009 documentary about four teenagers in Texas who have lost their sight. more...
  • Eyes Wide Open (NR)

    Like The Secrets, another in the spate of recent Israeli films about strictly observant Jews, this melancholy 2009 drama explores the near impossibility of reconciling religious community life and same-sex love. more...
  • Eyes Without a Face (NR)

    As Dave Kehr originally described it, “a classic example of the poetry of terror.” Georges Franju's 1959 horror film, based on a novel by Jean Redon, is about a plastic surgeon who's responsible for the car accident that leaves his daughter disfigured; he attempts to rebuild her face with transplants from attractive young women he kidnaps with the aid of his assistant. more...
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