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Friday, December 9, 2022

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Screen Grabs: 2022 shapes up to be Year of the Ass

EO charms. Plus: A pleasant Lady Chatterly's Lover, insightful Empire of Light, and fondly satirical Leonor Will Never Die

Screen Grabs: Violent twists on Ol’ Saint Nick

Violent Night, Christmas Bloody Christmas, The Leech—even Jesus Christ Superstar—put some bang in the season

Screen Grabs: A great artist takes the opioid-peddling Sackler Family to task

Plus: Ukrainian benefit at Other Cinema, left-field twists in 'Nr. 10,' an aspirational Indian rapper goes bad in 'Four Samosas.'

Screen Grabs: Queer Turkey Day films from iron-willed ‘The Inspection’ to 1991’s dystopic ‘Flaming Ears’

This week brings a passel of options to cinematically cure your food coma.

Screen Grabs: From Harry Styles to Predator, via Pasolini and the UN—what a weekend

Wild and twisty tales from Russia and Korea, an homage to an experimental curator, Emmett Till's mother, more movies

Screen Grabs: Planetary repercussions in ‘The Territory,’ Idris Elba grants cinematic wishes

The actor lends certain splendor to 'Three Thousand Years of Longing'—plus, a chance to see 'The Birds' on the big screen!

Screen Grabs: The tragically camp exotica of Maria Montez

Plus: Life and love in volcanoes, organic wine's moment, a very French romantic triangle, and delightful Cambodian sci-fi

Screen Grabs: ‘Elvis’? We’d rather watch ‘Clambake’

Plus: Dawn Breaks Behind the Eyes, Flux Gourmet, Gatlopp: Hell of a Game, more new movies reviewed

Screen Grabs: ‘Noir City’ tackles still-relevant issues in black and white

Racial strife to potential pandemic, the fest's 19th edition resonates. Plus: Seven Samurai, The Batwoman, Stunt Rock, more

Screen Grabs: 50 years on, ‘Pink Flamingos’ is still a delightfully absurdist shock

Plus: Timely tales of Russian-European friendship and war, Unnamed Footage Fest, Hawaiian psychedelia, more