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This Is Softcore: The Films of Radley Metzger

By Maitland McDonagh on Jul 31, 2014

Gentleman Radley: Mr. Metzger’s not-so-dirty pretty things

Film of the Week: Child of God

By Jonathan Romney on Jul 30, 2014

James Franco flirts with the abject and the elegiac in his portrait of a Southern Idiot Boy

Book Review: Alternative Movie Posters

By Adrian Curry on Jul 29, 2014

In case you missed it: Matthew Chojnacki's book shows that the art of the movie poster isn't dead

Kaiju Shakedown: Kinji Fukasaku

By Grady Hendrix on Jul 28, 2014

Birth of a nation: the classic yakuza pentalogy Battles Without Honor and Humanity as guide to postwar Japan

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Review: Letter to Momo

By Allegra Frank on Jul 28, 2014

Creature feature: Hiroyuki Okiura's affecting Ghibli-esque anime wears its heart, and its influences, on its sleeve

Bombast: I Love Don Weis

By Nick Pinkerton on Jul 25, 2014

From fantasias to football ballets to M*A*S*H, the prolific career of director Don Weis

Festivals: NewFest

By Matthew Connolly on Jul 24, 2014

It's not just gay, white, metropolitan guys: the 26th edition of NewFest spans the past and present of the LGBT experience

Rep Diary: Seventies Domestic Discontent

By Abbey Bender on Jul 22, 2014

Each unhappy in its own way: Film Comment Selects Double Feature of Portnoy's Complaint and Diary of a Mad Housewife screens tonight!

Film of the Week: Mood Indigo

By Jonathan Romney on Jul 17, 2014

Novel ideas: is it possible to adapt Boris Vian's surreal 1946 book L’Écume des jours? Michel Gondry tries (maybe too) hard

Critical Dialogue: Boyhood

By Malia Haines-Stewart on Jul 17, 2014

Richard Linklater's bittersweet temporal experiment is lauded not just for what it does, but for what it doesn't do

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Two Old Masters: Luis Buñuel

Luis Buñuel remembered by Michel Piccoli, Jeanne Moreau, Catherine Deneuve, Bulle Ogier, and Franco Nero

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