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  • The Wailing

    When the small South Korean town of Goksung (translation: "Wailing") is struck by a mysterious disease that turns villagers into crazed, zombie-like killers, a local cop (Kwak Do-won) investigates a Japanese stranger (Jun Kunimura of Kill Bill) to whom all signs of evil point. more...
  • Wallander: The Revenge

    Henning Mankell's fictional cop Kurt Wallander has appeared in dozens of novels, theatrical features, and TV movies in Sweden; this 2009 police procedural, made for television but also released to theaters, introduced Krister Henriksson as the surly, aging police captain. more...
  • Wanderers of the Desert

    Nacer Khemir directed this 1984 Tunisian/French film about a teacher in a desert village where there are rumors of a hidden treasure and a curse overhangs the lives of the children. more...
  • Wanted for Murder
  • Wanted for Murder

    In this 1946 British thriller, a young clerk in a gramophone shop (Dulcie Gray) must choose between a modest bus conductor (Derek Farr), who truly loves her, and a silver-tongued toff (Eric Portman), who has murdered several women and would like to wring her neck. more...
  • When Marnie Was There
  • When Marnie Was There (PG)

    Japan's acclaimed animation outfit Studio Ghibli has always been defined by the extravagant, strongly Eastern visions of Hayao Miyazaki (Howl's Moving Castle), though the newer generation of Ghibli animators, operating under tighter financial constraints, aims for a more international audience and more modestly scaled expressions of childhood wonder. more...
  • While the City Sleeps

    Fritz Lang's 1956 film was one of his personal favorites, a taste shared by few critics at the time, who never forgave him for leaving Germany and Die Nibelungen. more...
  • Who Can Kill a Child? (R)

    A vacationing married couple (Lewis Flander, Prunella Ransome) arrive on a tiny island in the Mediterranean and discover that, except for the little ragamuffins running around, the town is deserted. more...