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    Trailers from Hell: John Landis on Blaxploitation Gem 'Dolemite'

    Hardboiled! concludes over at Trailers from Hell, with John Landis introducing 1975's "Dolemite," which he describes as "embarrassingly entertaining, 'Dolemite' is like a comic book version of a blaxploitation film."

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    Watch: Red Band Trailer for Ti West's Found Footage, Jonestown Massacre-Inspired 'The Sacrament'

    Ti West ("The Innkeepers") is the modern master of slow-burning horror. Eli Roth ("Hostel") is the big name in gorefests. If you put them together, you might not think a found footage horror movie would be the result, but that's the case with the West-directed, Roth-produced "The Sacrament."

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    Watch: A Teenage Girl Navigates Her Sexuality in 'It Felt Like Love' Trailer

    Welcome to a world of complicated teenage sexuality. In her feature debut, Eliza Hittman presents us with Gina Piersanti, an innocent 14-year-old who delves into a steamy romance with bad boy Sammy.

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    Watch: Sweet and Morbid Trailer for Upcoming SXSW Drama 'Sequoia'

    Nearing its premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, director Andy Landen's romantic comedy-drama "Sequoia" releases its first official trailer. The film, set to premiere at the festival on March 9, stars Aly Michalka (CW's "Hellcats," "Easy A"), Dustin Milligan ("Beverly Hills 90210") and Joey Laur...

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    WATCH: Trailer for Drafthouse Doc 'The Final Member,' on the World's Only Penis Museum

    The one "thing" this Icelandic museum is missing is a human specimen. A trailer and poster have arrived for Drafthouse Films' doc "The Final Member," which chronicles the world's sole penis museum's "quest for one last endowment," i.e. a human phallus to add to their collection. Give it a gander, be...

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    Watch: The National and Sibling Rivalry in 'Mistaken for Strangers' Trailer

    The National are one of the most respected indie rock groups on the planet, but that casts a hell of a shadow over the ambitions of anyone related to them. That's the subject for "Mistaken for Strangers," a documentary slated for limited release on March 28.

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    WATCH: Tom Hardy Has a Nail-Biting Drive Home in First Trailer for 'Locke'

    Check out this first trailer for fest fave "Locke," starring Tom Hardy as a construction manager who, while on his drive home from work, receives a phone call that sends his life spiraling into crisis.

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    Trailers from Hell: Josh Olson on Michael Mann's 'Thief,' Starring James Caan

    Hardboiled! continues over at Trailers from Hell, with screenwriter Josh Olson introducing Michael Mann's brilliant 1981 heist film "Thief," starring James Caan. The film recently got the Criterion Blu-ray treatment.

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    Watch: Intimate Look at New York City Music Scene in "What Difference Does It Make"

    In the documentary, "What Difference Does It Make," director Ralf Schmerberg gives the audience an intricate look at the way music is made when new artists are able to meet the artists that inspire them in a different city every year.

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