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Screen Grabs: Young stars of ‘Tori and Lokita’ shine in perilous refugee tale

Plus: 'The Five Devils' a potent tale of oppression, while 'The Forger' tries for lighthearted Holocaust survival (?)

Screen Grabs: Rise up, film buffs! Funds needed for CinemaSF’s neighborhood screens

Plus: A 1987 space obscurity and new flicks with "midnight movie" vibes.

Screen Grabs: Boom times and hard times at Pornhub

Plus: Charles Bronson is a rock 'em-sock 'em hustler, Carol Kane goes bananas in 'The Mafu Cage'

Screen Grabs: Noise Pop Film Fest brings space bubbles, rap spoofs, toxic New Wave fans

Plus: 'First Fallen" confronts AIDS in Brazil, beguiling mystery in 'Magoado,' Naples thriller 'Nostalgia,' more new movies

Screen Grabs: 9 new horrors to give you winter chills

Maternal terror 'Baby Ruby,' creature feature 'Cryptid,' influencer killer 'Mean Spirited,' more film frights

Screen Grabs: Glimpsing James Baldwin at his peak

Plus: Tremendous drama 'Close,' young French love in 'One Fine Day,' a ghosty 'Civil Dead' friend, more movies

Screen Grabs: New year, new disastrous relationships

'The Son,' 'When You Finish Saving The World,' 'Alice, Darling,' and 'After Love' provide some worst-case interpersonal scenarios

Screen Grabs: Tales of the radical left in ‘Anarchy in the USA!’

Plus: Goofy fun 'Virtually Heroes,' artistic gamble 'Seven Faces of Jane,' energetic 'Kids Vs Aliens,' more

Screen Grabs: 50 years ago, ‘Poseidon Adventure’ waved in a streak of disasters

Plus: Pia Zamora in 'Voyage of the Rock Aliens,' latest 'Lost Landscapes' plumbs SF's possible futures, more movies

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

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