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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Ridley Scott's 'Alien'

    In space, no one can hear you scream, but they sure can in any movie theater where "Alien" is playing.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: William Friedkin's 'The Exorcist'

    This week's Criticwire Classic is as much about crisis of faith and God's silence as it is about soup-vomiting demons.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: David Cronenberg's 'Dead Ringers'

    David Cronenberg's most chilling film is also his most tragic and haunting.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: George A. Romero's 'Dawn of the Dead'

    Whether it's set to Goblin's eerie score or "The Gonk," George A. Romero's classic loses none of its chilling satirical power.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Fritz Lang's 'M'

    The movie that made "In the Hall of the Mountain King" creepier than it already was.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Werner Herzog's 'Aguirre, the Wrath of God'

    Trekking into the jungle – and into madness – with Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Federico Fellini's '8 1/2'

    The joys and exhaustions of being a filmmaker in Fellini's classic.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Woody Allen's 'Annie Hall'

    Woody's transitional piece from his "Early, Funny" movies is at once mature and still very, very funny.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby

    Revisiting a film that helped usher in a new era of horror.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Steven Soderbergh's 'Sex, lies, and videotape'

    Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the film that kicked off, Steven Soderbergh's career, the American indie film boom and James Spader's long run of playing perverts.

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