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  • The Magician (NR)

    Known in Sweden as The Face, Ingmar Bergman's 1958 film operates on the principle that illusion and reality, the darkly irrational and mysterious and the brightly rational and obvious, both possess an enormous power over the soul and mind of man. Set in the 19th century, it's one of Bergman's most tightly structured and frightening films. more...
  • Mama (PG-13)

    Two young girls, left alone in a secluded cabin for five years, are rescued and adopted by their uncle (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and his punky girlfriend (Jessica Chastain), but the ghostly entity that protected them all those years isn't quite ready to let them go. more...
  • Mom and Dad
  • Mom and Dad (R)

    A virus spread through radio and video static impels parents to murder their children in this brilliant horror comedy from writer-director Brian Taylor (Crank, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance). more...
  • Mother Joan of the Angels
  • Mother Joan of the Angels

    Released in 1960, this hair-raising tale of demonic possession from Polish director Jerzy Kawalerowicz (Night Train) must have been a significant influence on his countryman Roman Polanski when the latter made Rosemary's Baby in the U.S. eight years later. more...