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    8 Restored Images From the Criterion Release of David Lynch's 'Eraserhead'

    At last, on Tuesday September 16, David Lynch's "Eraserhead" gets the Criterion Collection Blu-ray treatment. Included in the set will be Lynch's eerie short films "Six Men Getting Sick," "The Alphabet," "The Grandmother" and more.

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    Chris Marker's Weird, Wonderful 'Level Five' Coming to Home Video

    Who else but Chris Marker would make a film like "Level Five"?

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    TV Watch: House Style in the Golden Age of Comedy Central

    With its constellation of boss bitches and irascible absurdists, Comedy Central's original programming is increasingly by, for, and about its young, diverse, progressive, irreverent, web-savvy target demo. It's viral television.

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    The 13 Indies to Watch on VOD This September

    It's been a relatively good summer for movies, but as we enter fall it's time to take a look at some films that are available on video on demand platforms this September.

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    SnagFilms Free Movie of the Week: 'Dragonslayer' is a Coming-of-Age Story Like No Other

    Winner of the SXSW Grand Jury Prize for Documentary, "Dragonslayer" centers on a carefree California skateboarder on the cusp of adulthood who must learn how to take responsibility for himself.

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    'Palo Alto,' Now on iTunes/VOD, Plants First-Timer Gia Coppola Firmly in the Family Business

    "Palo Alto," the impressive debut of 27-year-old filmmaker Gia Coppola, toured the fest circuit, from Venice and Telluride to Toronto, Tribeca and San Francisco, where grandfather Francis turned out, before hitting theaters earlier this year and becoming a modest hit. Now it's on iTunes/VOD.

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    Color Version of 'Nebraska' to Show on Epix that Alexander Payne Hoped Would Never Be Seen

    Epix, the multi-platform (premium cable, satellite and streaming) movie company, is showing carefully-crafted promo spots for its initial showings of Alexander Payne's acclaimed "Nebraska" premiering this Sunday night.

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    Emmy Watch: The Decline and Fall of 'Downton Abbey'

    As hulking and lavish as the Titanic, "Downton Abbey" appears unsinkable -- especially when it comes to Emmy voters and fans. But the series, whose first episode began with news of that famous ship's North Atlantic disaster, is not immune to rough seas. Does the disappointing fourth season of "Downt...

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    SnagFilms Free Movie of the Week: 'Wakaliwood' Uncovers an Action Studio in the Slums of Uganda

    SnagFilms' free movie of the week "Wakaliwood: The Documentary" chronicles Ben Barenholtz's journey to the slums of Walkaliga, Uganda.

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