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  • See You Next Tuesday
  • See You Next Tuesday

    American movie comedies invoke taboo subject matter so blithely now that the genre seems to have lost its ability to shock, which makes this genuinely discomforting debut feature (2013) by writer-director Drew Tobia all the more remarkable. more...
  • Sightseers

    With Down Terrace (2009), Kill List (2011), and now this gory black comedy, British director Ben Wheatley has carved out a niche all his own, combining exploitation-movie narratives with exquisite, Mike Leigh-style ensemble acting. more...
  • Slack Bay
  • Slack Bay

    Cannibalism may not be everyone's idea of funny, but French director Bruno Dumont (L'Humanité, Hadewijch) elevates it to ghoulish camp in this slapstick skewering of the French bourgeoisie. more...
  • Slaughterhouse-Five (R)

    George Roy Hill's very professional, very entertaining 1972 adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's time-traveling novel, with the pseudoprofundities nicely tucked into place as peppy one-liners and narrative tricks. more...
  • Stinking Heaven
  • Stinking Heaven

    The latest feel-strange indie from Nathan Silver (Uncertain Terms) is the visual and emotional equivalent of curdled milk: yellow-tinted, clumpy, and queasy. more...