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Guillermo Del Toro tells a ghost story the only way he knows how.

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Sophie Barthes removes any focus on Charles in her retelling of Madame Bovary. In doing so she undermines many of the strengths of Gustav Flaubert’s novel.

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Two suspense thrillers new out on Blu-ray showcase two completely different approaches to what may be considered the horror genre. The term has morphed a lot since the late 60s/early 70s and the rise of the exploitation films, but both Stoker and The Last Exorcism Part II have what can be considered classic horror elements.

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This week, Trey gushes over two movies, Spring Breakers and Stoker while Eric joins in on the Stoker love fest. Trevan pouts because he missed them both!

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In ‘Stoker,’ everything Park Chan-wook’s camera does adds depth and clarity to the emotional or psychological state of the characters within the frame.

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Justin Timberlake goes sci-fi in ‘In Time’ and Gus Van Sant showcases more young adults living with heavy problems in ‘Restless,’ this week on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Albert Nobbs, a passion project for actress Glenn Close, was consistently overlooked or left unfunded for years and only through her tireless struggle has it finally made it to the screen.

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If you’re having thoughts of “Harold and Maude,” it’s no wonder. Most of ‘Restless’ seems like a younger version of Hal Ashby’s classic awkward, yet touching romance.

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