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  • La Barracuda (NR)

    A British woman's visit to her Texas half-sister slowly unleashes long-held resentments and possibly violent outcomes. more...
  • Laal Rang (NR)

    This 2016 Bollywood thriller follows a young boy who teams up with a man to run an illegal blood bank to make enough money to impress the girl he loves. more...
  • The Ladykiller of Rome

    Elio Petri directed this 1961 Italian crime drama about an antiquarian (Marcello Mastroianni) who is picked up as the main suspect in death of his mistress. more...
  • Las Aparicio

    Moisés Ortiz Urquidi directed this 2015 Mexican telenova-turned-feature film about three sisters trying to solve the mystery of their cursed love lives. more...
  • The Last Days on Mars
  • The Last Days on Mars (PG-13)

    Preparing to return to earth at the end of a fruitless research mission, a scientific crew on Mars encounters a strange virus that transforms people into homicidal maniacs. more...
  • The Last Exorcism (PG-13)

    Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel) produced this satanic possession thriller, which references everything from Rosemary's Baby to The Omen to The Exorcist and throws in the mockumentary conceit of The Blair Witch Project as well. more...
  • Law Abiding Citizen (R)

    Generally I don’t mind a little recreational fascism as long as it’s deep-fried in savory violent vengeance, but this overwrought mess gives vigilantism a bad name. more...
  • The Lazarus Effect
  • The Lazarus Effect (PG-13)

    Compared with other low-budget horror films from Blumhouse Productions, this is neither as sharp as The Purge or Oculus nor as dumb as the Paranormal Activity series. more...
  • Legion (R)

    According to an introductory voice-over, God Almighty is "tired of all the bullshit" and orders his angels to wipe out humankind. more...
  • Let the Corpses Tan
  • Let the Corpses Tan

    A clever stylistic exercise, this French-Belgian coproduction will definitely hold your interest as it unfolds, but whether you’ll remember it afterwards is another story. more...
  • Lethal Weapon (R)

    Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as a pair of ill-matched LA cops (Gibson's an overwired killing machine, Glover a paragon of police respectability) who get involved in a drug-smuggling case and the usual action-movie carnage. more...
  • Level Up

    Adam Randall directed this British crime thriller in which a "deadbeat gamer" must complete a series of increasingly dangerous challenges in order to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend. more...