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Screen Grabs: 3 new releases and the legacy of everyday horror

The 50th anniversary of 'Last House on the Left' highlights its influence on a trio of just-dropped wannabes.

Screen Grabs: The saga of Chol Soo Lee—and the arrival of Cinequest

Plus: 'Big Trouble in Little China' gets a screening worthy of a cult fave, and this week's new releases.

Screen Grabs: Sorry, ‘Nope.’

Plus: Interplanetary spewing barbarians in 'This is Gwar,' antic Brazilian diversion 'Jesus Kid,' more new movies

Screen Grabs: ‘Endangered’ asks, Can the free press be saved?

Plus: Sweeping Russian fantasy 'The Sword and the Dragon,' Tex-Mex adventure in 'Green Ghost,' creepy 'Passenger,' more

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: Those dastardly dinos are back (yawn)

Jurassic World roars in. Plus: Afrofuturistic fantasia Neptune Frost, Clash semi-doc Rude Boy, Throne of Blood, more

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest regenerates with a ’70s sci-fi classic

A new version of the fest springs up around Earth Day. Plus: two very different Aussie flicks and 'All the Old Knives' reviewed

Screen Grabs: A conceptually bizarre life of Celine Dion

'Aline' will go on. Plus: gorgeous 'Rose Maker,' calming 'Cow,' and a caustic gay Romanian dilemma in 'Poppy Field'

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

Screen Grabs: Coppola revives ‘Godfather’—and Dinklage delivers in ‘Cyrano’

Exactly 50 years ago this February 25, The Godfather was released. It was an adaptation of a pulpy best-seller that no one expected much...