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A friend of mine lost her roommate's cat a few years ago. Her roommate was out of town, and my friend was caring for the animal. The cat was allowed out for a bit in the evenings, behind their complex. One night, my friend forgot to let him back in. In...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Genres, Marriage, Family, Biscuits
The Daily MirrorI really didn't plan a cat theme, but someone mentioned this movie a few months ago and I thought "hm, if I ever ditch the idea of sticking to movies from specific years, I will have to write about that......
Farber on Film The Complete Film Writings of Manny Farber Edited by Robert Polito Library of America: 824 pp., $40 At this year's Academy Awards, the most incongruous moment came during the "In Memoriam" roll call. Among the distinguished deceased...
Times Staff WriterAs one movie festival this weekend celebrates everything Greek, another pays tribute to all that is geek. The first Los Angeles Greek Film Festival opens tonight at the Fine Arts Theatre in Beverly Hills with the U.S. premiere of Udayan Prasad's "Opa!"...
The 2007 Oscar awards season has officially begun. The Telluride Film Festival, the Colorado celluloid fete that serves as an intimate family reunion for cinephiles and a launch pad for specialty-film Oscar campaigns, unveiled its 34th annual lineup this...
Special to MergeDo you like scary movies? From the fangs of Nosferatu to those Texas chainsaws, there's plenty of spine-tingling scares awaiting you on DVD. Check out the titles listed below, a select crop of some of the most terrifying movies of all time. Watch with...
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) "Three Extremes" is a bloody strange movieand a surprise. Who would have thought that you could put together an anthology of "extreme" Asian horror featurettes by three cutting-edge Asian directors where the most tasteful,...
Jane Randolph, a B-movie actress in the 1940s who was best known for her role in the film noir "Cat People," died May 4 in Gstaad, Switzerland, after surgery on a broken hip, her daughter said. She was 93. Under contract to the RKO studio in 1942,...
Tags: Murder, Swiss Confederation, Obituaries, Family, Max Reinhardt
TIMES STAFF WRITERLarry Fessenden is a filmmaker with an uncanny gift for the creation of unsettling moods, capable, among other things, of bringing out the spookiness and menace inherent in a bleak winter landscape. He makes unusual, almost handmade art horror films, of...
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