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Film, "Wrong": A Surreal Dog Search

"Wrong": A Surreal Dog Search

Absurdism in feature-length films typically only works if there's a character for the audience to identify with, and the protagonist in Quentin Duplex's Wrong doesn't quite qualify. Dolph (Jack Plotnick) wakes up one morning to find his dog Paul is…
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Film, "John Dies at the End": Energetic and Full of Ideas

"John Dies at the End": Energetic and Full of Ideas

Director Don Coscarelli hasn't made many movies since his 1979 breakthrough, Phantasm, but they're usually worth the wait. Arriving a decade after the fan favorite Bubba Ho-Tep, Coscarelli's new horror-comedy, John Dies at the End, amps up the go-for-broke weirdness…
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Home Entertainment, DVDish Her One Little Secret

Her One Little Secret

Sleeping Dogs Lie (First Look) Writer-director Bobcat Goldthwait takes a subversive concept (honesty is overrated) and marries it to an outrageous scenario (a woman's family learns that she once, uh, performed for a dog) to create . . . a…
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Listen Up, Listen Up Feature Darken the Corners

Darken the Corners

Mike got a raw deal. Orphaned at an early age and raised in suburban hell by a hessian deadbeat of an older brother, life was less than rosy. Then, to make matters worse, his pal Tommy mysteriously dies and little…
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