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  • The Endless
  • The Endless (NR)

    Two brothers in San Diego who escaped from a UFO suicide cult ten years earlier decide that the time has come to return to the cult's rural compound and see how everyone is making out; after they arrive, their old friends welcome them back, and one of the brothers decides things weren't so bad there after all. more...
  • Entanglement (NR)

    A suicidal man discovers that his parents once adopted a baby girl and then gave her back; he sets out to find her, but complications arise once he does. more...
  • Echo (NR)

    Hearing is a metaphor that plays throughout this somber Israeli marital drama from its earliest scenes. more...
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  • Eating Animals
  • Eating Animals (NR)

    This hard-hitting documentary, based on Jonathan Safran Foer's memoir, bypasses his personal history of vegetarianism and goes straight for the jugular of corporate factory farming, exposing its myriad abuses of food animals and the effects on people and the environment. more...
  • Extraordinary: Stan Lee (NR)

    Jonathan Josell directed this documentary profile of Lee, the former editor of Marvel Comics who helped create Spider-Man, Iron Man, and the Hulk. more...
  • An Evening With Neil Young Live Q&A (NR)

    Streaming live from the LA Theatre, this one-night event features classic concert footage, commentary by director Cameron Crow, and a live Q & A with Young. more...
  • Embrace of the Serpent
  • Embrace of the Serpent (NR)

    This stunning historical drama, shot mainly in black and white across the Amazon region of Colombia, focuses on a shaman who’s approached at different points by white men seeking medicinal substances; the intertwined stories deepen into an elegy for his lost way of life. more...
  • Es El Chapo? (NR)

    Charlie Minn directed this documentary (2014) about drug lord El Chapo Guzman and the ongoing war on drugs. more...
  • The Empty Hours (NR)

    Aarón Fernández Lesur directed this Mexican drama (2013) about 17-year-old boy who takes over his uncle's rent-by-the-hour hotel. more...
  • Excision (NR)

    Richard Bates, Jr. directed this horror chiller about a high school girl who performs unusual surgeries on unwitting victims. more...
  • Excuse Me for Living (NR)

    Ric Klass wrote and directed this romantic comedy about a suicidal man whose doctor (Robert Vaughn) coerces him into joining a group for Jewish seniors. more...
  • Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within (NR)

    Jose Padilha made an explosive filmmaking debut with his documentary Bus 174 (2002), whose recounting of a prolonged hostage drama in the streets of Rio de Janeiro was both viscerally gripping and socially nuanced. more...