Sunday is the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Check out The New York Times’s special report on the costs and consequences of that day.
News that Mel Gibson may direct and star in a film based on the Jewish warrior Judah Maccabee has caused more than just those in the Jewish community to say, “Oy.”
The Self-Styled Siren reviews Nicholas Ray’s Born to Be Bad.
Michael Hart, a pioneer of e-books, dies at 64.
For Moving Image Source, David Cairns begins at the end with Roman Polanski.
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From the Venice Film Festival, Daniel Kasman reviews Abel Ferrara’s 4:44 Last Day on Earth.
HBO picks up Aaron Sorkin’s news-room drama, formerly titled More as the Story Develops.
Let the Vulture tell you what to watch and what to flee from on television this fall.
Below, the trailer for The Human Centipede 2:
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