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  • The Eyes of My Mother
  • The Eyes of My Mother (R)

    In this baffling horror fable—the first feature from writer-director Nicolas Pesce—a girl witnesses the murder of her beloved mother (Diana Agostini) by a vagrant and is mesmerized, rather than repelled, by the act. more...
  • Extraordinary Tales

    Poe lovers rejoice: animator Raul Garcia has collected his impeccably faithful short films The Tell-Tale Heart (2005), The Fall of the House of Usher (2012), and The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar (2013), along with two new episodes and a framing device involving a philosophical raven, for this memorably eerie and beautiful feature. more...
  • Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal

    A washed-up painter accepts a job at a small-town Canadian art school and finds new inspiration when he takes in the title character, a mute, childlike man who can be manipulated to kill people in his sleep. more...
  • Evil Dead (R)

    The cabin-in-the-woods setting of Sam Raimi's cult classic The Evil Dead (1981) has been so widely copied that, for this remake, the screenwriters (among them Diablo Cody of Juno fame) have added a character wrinkle: this time the young people are not vacationing but trying to help one of them (Jane Levy) kick heroin. more...
  • The Exorcist

    "Doubtless this tale of spirit possession in Georgetown packs a punch, but so does wood alcohol," wrote Reader critic Don Druker in an earlier review of this. more...
  • Excision (NR)

    Richard Bates, Jr. directed this horror chiller about a high school girl who performs unusual surgeries on unwitting victims. more...
  • The Evil (R)

    This 1978 horror film stars Richard Crenna as a psychologist who buys an old manor with the intention of turning it into a private practice, unaware that the place is haunted. more...
  • The Exorcist (R)

    "Doubtless this tale of spirit possession in Georgetown packs a punch, but so does wood alcohol," wrote Reader critic Don Druker in an earlier review of this. 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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  • Elves

    Killer monsters, the product of Nazi experiments, target a virgin woman for breeding. more...