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    Weekend Preview: 'War Witch' Bewitches, 'Stoker' a Mixed Bag, 'Jack the Giant' Not Slaying Critics

    It's a good weekend for limited release films. Canada's Oscar-nominated foreign entry "War Witch," a harrowing yet poignant tale of a young Congolese girl's survival and first love, is scoring top marks with critics. Meanwhile, documentaries "Leviathan" and "A Place at the Table"...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Roger Corman's 'Tomb of Ligeia,' Starring Vincent Price

    Vincent Price Week concludes at Trailers from Hell with "Tomb of Ligeia," which director and TFH creator Joe Dante calls "an intelligent and satisfying climax to the [Roger] Corman/Poe saga."

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    Trailer of the Week: Francois Ozon Studies Middle Class Obsession in Creepy New Trailer for 'In the House'

    Best known for 2003's psycho-sexual thriller "Swimming Pool," Francois Ozon is known for churning out films at a Woody Allen workhorse pace, having released a film essentially every year since the late '90s.

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    LACMA Presents Far-Out Film Series 'Beyond the Infinite: Science Fiction After Kubrick' [Vintage Trailers]

    LACMA's highly successful engagement with the Stanley Kubrick exhibition is now in its second half, and the museum's always creative film programmer Bernardo Rondeau has put together the coinciding screening series "Beyond the Infinite: Science Fiction After Kubrick." It runs March...

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    First Look: Kristen Stewart's Mom Jules Makes Directorial Debut with Prison Drama 'K-11' [Trailer]

    Jules Stewart (mother of "Twilight" star Kristen) makes her directorial debut with prison drama "K-11," centering on one man's saga after landing in the transgender inmate unit of the L.A. County jail. The film hits theaters and VOD on March 15. Trailer below.

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    Trailers from Hell: Mick Garris on 'Twice Told Tales,' Starring Vincent Price

    Vincent Price Week continues at Trailers from Hell with director Mick Garris introducing "Twice Told Tales," adapted from Nathaniel Hawthorne and a "budget-minded rip-off of the Corman omnibus" of Poe adaptations starring Price.

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    Watch: Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens Go Wild in Yet Another Red Band 'Spring Breakers' Trailer

    With its freshly announced March 15th release just around the corner, another red band trailer for Harmony Korine's highly anticipated "Spring Breakers" has dropped.

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    Trailers from Hell: Alan Spencer on Hilarious Horror Title 'Theater of Blood,' Starring Vincent Price

    Vincent Price Week is moving right along at Trailers from Hell, with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing "Theater of Blood," a hilariously creative revenge-fantasy film in which Price exacts Shakespearean punishment on the critics who have panned his stage performances over the years.

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    Trailer Watch: Jane Campion's Gorgeous, Twisty Mystery Series 'Top of the Lake,' Starring Elisabeth Moss

    Check out the U.K. trailer for Jane Campion's brilliantly unsettling mystery mini-series "Top of the Lake," premiering March 18 on the Sundance Channel. Elisabeth Moss ("Mad Men") toplines as a tough young Kiwi detective investigating the disappearance of a local pregnant pre-teen in backwoods New Z...

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    Trailer of the Week: Beards and Sharks on the High Seas in the Trailer for Oscar Nominee 'Kon-Tiki'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl may have conquered the Pacific Ocean on a tiny wooden raft in 1947 (and won an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1950 for his exploits in the process), but this Sunday the first dramatic adaptation of his marvelous expediti...

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