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    Why 'Kill List' Is Our VOD Pick of the Week and Other Movies You Should Watch at Home

    "Kill List," the sophomore effort of British director Ben Wheatley ("Down Terrace"), has been unsettling audiences since first premiering at last year's SXSW Film Festival. The nerve-racking thriller, voted the best horror film of 2011 by Bloody Disgusting, hits VOD January 4th via IFC Films. It's o...

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    Todd Haynes Talks 'Mildred Pierce,' Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Todd Haynes began his career as a daring provocateur with "Poison" 20 years ago. While he continued to work against the grain, from "Safe" to "I'm Not There," as his profile has grown, so has the visibility of his projects. There is no greater example than his lates...

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    Ti West On the Real Haunting That Inspired 'The Innkeepers,' Our VOD Pick of the Week

    Ti West is back to his scary tricks with "The Innkeepers," his anticipated follow-up to his indie horror smash "The House of the Devil." In the haunted house thriller (which debuted this year at South by Southwest to good notices), West updates the setting from the '80s to the present day to tell a ...

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    Zachary Quinto Moves Into Producer Territory With 'Margin Call,' Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Zachary Quinto Moves Into Producer Territory With 'Margin Call,' Our DVD Pick of the Week

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    Christine Vachon Reflects on 'Velvet Goldmine,' Our Blu-ray Pick of the Week

    Todd Haynes is nothing if not versatile. He made his name in 1991 with his Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Poison," a highly stylized queer activist hybrid told in three unconnected strands. He's directed only five more projects, but each has been more ambitious and unexpected than the last.

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