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    dvd review: Discovery: The Night of the Hunter - 2002

    It’s become commonplace to see “making-of” documentaries and promotional videos, even for crummy movies that don’t merit such attention. Unfortunately, behind-the-scenes footage for movies of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s is scarce, and when it exists it’s generally brief.

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    In 2011: See More Movies!

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    Round Up: Limited Edition Soundtracks To Early Herzogs On The Way, Will Oldham In New Short Film

    German avant-garde rockers Popol Vuh are producing a special limited box-set containing their scores for the Werner Herzog + Klaus Kinski buddypack of "Aguirre: The Wrath of the God," "Nosferatu," "Fitzcarraldo," and "Cobra Verde," plus "Heart of Glass," which features lead performances by hypnotized actors. Those not down with Herzog's latest (or dismayed that their favorite renegade director became a done-to-death Internet meme where all jokes go to die a million times over) will enjoy the trip down memory lane, as included in the collection is a near 100-page booklet featuring "unseen footage and images." 5,000 copies only, pre-order while...

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    Antonio Campos Readies Projects 'Simon Killer' With Brady Corbet And 'Momma'

    After being relatively quiet following the icy Haneke-inspired "Afterschool," New York director Antonio Campos returns with not one, but two directing projects.

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    20th Century Fox Turns Down Billy Ray's Script For The Movie Of '24'

    'My Name Is Jack Bauer, And I Am In Development Hell'Bad news for those hoping for the further adventures of Kiefer Sutherland's rogue CTU agent Jack Bauer: apparently Fox has rejected a script from high-profile scribe Billy Ray ("Shattered Glass," "Salt") for a feature film continuing the adventures of the lead character of "24," the hit series that ran for eight years and successfully tapped into that raw post-9/11 paranoia during the Bush years. The intention all along was to push the show into the cinematic world, but so-so ratings for the final season, coupled with likely budgetary concerns (the series might as well have been called "Sho...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Popular Videos of 2010: How Tos, Cats, Keanu Reeves, Lady Gaga, Mel Gibson

    What makes us click on a video? Well, according to Business Insider's list of the top 50 most viral posts of 2010, we couldn't get enough of:

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    Natalie Portman Denies 'Superman' And 'Batman' Rumors

    You can imagine what it’s like being a respected actor, diligently improving your craft, exploring differing aspects of humanity in diverse, challenging roles, only for journalists to consistently ask you about superhero movies. So it goes for Natalie Portman, a possible Oscar nominee for her immens...

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    Blizzard Video Goes Viral

    Thanks to the promo efforts of critic/tweeter Roger Ebert, Jamie Stuart's Idiot with a Tripod New York blizzard short has gone viral; Ebert deemed the film worthy of an Oscar. Inspired by Dziga Vertov's must-see 1929 silent classic Man with a Movie Camera (below), Stuart captured Astoria, Queens du...

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    A Look Back: 10 Pix from 2010

    2010 coming to an end is a great time to take a look back.

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