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  • Vampyros Lesbos

    Extremely prolific and generally untalented, Jess Franco is the Spanish Ed Wood, albeit without Wood's gift for humorously inane dialogue. more...
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  • The Velvet Vampire (R)

    Given the genre (horror) and the budget (extremely low), it may seem perverse to say that Stephanie Rothman's 1971 film is among the best women's films ever made, but so it is—a highly intelligent, deftly poetic reimagining of the vampire myth, with the theme of fatal sexuality transferred to a female character. more...
  • Versus

    I wasn't surprised to read that Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura is headed for Hollywood; like many young industry hotshots, he has a lacerating visual style but no clue about how to tell a story. more...
  • A Very Merry Terror in the Aisles Christmas

    Local horror cultists Terror in the Aisles present a yuletide triple feature: at 5 PM, John Carpenter's The Thing (1982); at 7 PM, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985), with star Mark Patton in person; and at 9 PM, Carpenter's They Live (1988). more...
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  • Victor Frankenstein (PG-13)

    In this cartoonish adaptation of Frankenstein, the title character (James McAvoy) is a dandyish lout and the story unfolds from the perspective of his assistant, Igor (Daniel Radcliffe). more...
  • Videodrome

    This 1983 shocker by David Cronenberg comes about as close to abandoning a narrative format as a commercial film possibly can: James Woods plays the programmer of a sleazy Toronto cable channel who stumbles across a mysterious pirate emission—a porno show called “Videodrome” that features hideous S and M fantasies performed with appalling realism. more...
  • Village of the Damned

    A strong and subtle horror film from England (1960), in which the children of a small village turn out to be united in a higher plan. more...
  • Voodoo Woman

    A mad scientist (Tom Conway) in cahoots with African witch doctors tries to turn a shady explorer (Marla English) into a monster. more...
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