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    The 15 Best Soundtracks Of 2013

    Some people—a convenient straw man, for instance—might argue that the days of the movie soundtrack are numbered. “From & Inspired By The Motion Picture” releases are less and less common, it's hard to find music videos for specially written singles that feature footage from the movie in the way that...

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    Division Division: 'Simon Killer'

    Still haven't seen the latest from Antonio Campos? Reviews from members of our Criticwire network tell you why you should (or possibly shouldn't) seek it out.

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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? 'Evil Dead' Probably Won't Be 'The Company You Keep;' Fall Into A 'Trance' With 'Upstream Color'

    Looking for an adrenaline fix this weekend? Perhaps you're thinking about extreme sporting, a long run, or riding roller coasters. All good choices, and we'd like to suggest another. Head over to your local multiplex, where an assortment of shocking, dynamic, unearthly films are sure to get your pul...

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    10 Must-See Films To Watch This April

    As the weather starts to warm and the flowers bloom, so too does the movie slate become increasingly more promising, with a whole host of springtime movies that will surely thaw the snowy remnants of winter. After a surprisingly robust March that saw the likes of “The Place Beyond the Pines” and “Sp...

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    Review: 'Simon Killer' Loses That Lovin' Feeling On The Streets Of Paris

    Simon (Brady Corbet) is lost. After being dumped by his high school sweetheart after a relationship that ran the length of their college years, the newly graduated, newly single American flees to Paris to get away from it all and find himself. Of course, the problem with undertaking such a journey o...

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    Review: Antonio Campos Returns with Sexy, Disturbing 'Simon Killer,' Q & A

    "Simon Killer" marks the second feature by Antonio Campos, who previously wrote and directed the Cannes Un Certain Regard selection "Afterschool" (2008). "Simon Killer" is an icy exercise in troubled masculinity, and a bold pronouncement of cinematic style that's as strong an American indie as any i...

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    Filmmaking As Therapy: Antonio Campos and Brady Corbet Discuss How Bad Breakups Fueled 'Simon Killer'

    The filmmaking collective known as Borderline Films have been responsible for the dark dramas "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Afterschool." They're back in theaters this Friday with their most disturbing (and sure to be divisive) project to date, "Simon Killer."

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    Exclusive: 'Simon Killer' Finds A Woman In Paris In Clip From Antonio Campos' New Film

    What can you do to nurse a broken heart? Find solace in a bag of Cheetos, get right back into the dating game, take some time for yourself -- there are many ways to mend those wounds. For Simon in Antonio Campos' ("Afterschool") latest film, Paris is the place to be, but that's just the start of the...

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    The 7 Indie Films You Must See This April

    From Terrence Malick and Danny Boyle to Angela Davis and Matthew McConaughey, the specialty market is offering up an awesome mix of films for the first full month of Spring 2013. Check out Indiewire's picks for the month's 7 best options below. Though do head over to the full month's calendar as we...

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    Watch: Trailer For Antonio Campos' Indie Chiller 'Simon Killer'

    The producers behind the acclaimed “Martha Marcy May Marlene” and Antonio Campos, the director of the 2008 indie “Afterschool,” are back with “Simon Killer,” an unsettling character study set in Paris which premiered at Sundance last year. The film gathered strong buzz at the festival, with IFC Film...

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