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  • More blood, less wit when the 'Evil Dead' return ★★

    More blood, less wit when the 'Evil Dead' return ★★
    In the Book of the Dead, the barbed-wire-wrapped volume causing the fuss in "Evil Dead," one lavishly illustrated page states that after the forest demon "feasts on five souls, the sky will bleed again." Translated into franchise terms: If this grim,...
  • Peeking in Gillian Flynn's vault of horror

    Peeking in Gillian Flynn's vault of horror
    In the early days of their marriage a few years ago, Chicago attorney Brett Nolan and his wife, the thriller novelist Gillian Flynn, were having drinks with a group of friends when Flynn posed a surprising question. "Does anybody have any idea," she asked...
  • 'Shame' offers plenty of action, not much lovin' -- 2 1/2 stars

    'Shame' offers plenty of action, not much lovin' -- 2 1/2 stars
    Near the beginning of filmmaker Steve McQueen's granite-toned second feature, "Shame," we witness an urban predator in action. Brandon, a Manhattanite played by Michael Fassbender, eyes a stranger seated across from him on the subway. He stares. She...
  • Gamers will get a kick from maniacal 'Raid: Redemption' ✭✭ 1/2

    Gamers will get a kick from maniacal 'Raid: Redemption' ✭✭ 1/2
    Gamers will be slain, over and over, by the insanely violent multilevel bash "The Raid: Redemption," in which a skeezy 15-story tenement complex serves as the setting for a series of stabbings, slicings and a showcase for the Indonesian martial art...
  • Stand-up doc 'Bully' is more than a sum of its parts ✭✭✭

    Stand-up doc 'Bully' is more than a sum of its parts ✭✭✭
    There are a hundred reasons "Bully"is a good film instead of a great one, but Lee Hirsch's blood-boiling documentary will very likely end up doing more than its share of good in this world. However sentimental that may sound, this is a film quite...