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Tagged with: Sundance

Screen Grabs: Another Hole in the Head fest brings indie nightmares before Christmas

From Satanic Hispanics to SAWrannosaurus Rex, local theaters—including the reopened 4 Star—flow with fake blood. Plus more!

Screen Grabs: ‘Users’ tackles life on tech, Spielberg makes a ‘small’ film

Plus: 'A Couple' gives voice to Tolstoy's long-suffering wife, and 'The Swimmers' beats the crowdpleaser formula.

Screen Grabs: A lost local ’90s gem finally gets a revival

Plus: A Lebanese all-woman rock band doc, the return of Dario Argento and Claire Denis, and 'All Quiet on the Western Front"

Screen Grabs: A revisionist Western that still shines bright

'McCabe and Mrs. Miller' at the Roxie. Plus: Korean monster mash 'Project Wolf Hunting,' bloody 'Piggy,' fascist foreshadowing in 'Riotsville U.S.A.'

Screen Grabs: Festivalpalooza! Mill Valley, Latino, Short, Green, Drunken

Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, Jose Feliciano, Fantastic Negrito, and a lot of cocktails make for one wild week of film

Screen Grabs: Fanboy racism can’t sink crowdpleaser ‘The Woman King’

Viola Davis lead a very good African period epic. Plus: Thandiwe Newton runs into trouble in Montana in 'God's Country'

Screen Grabs: Tween screams—and other late-summer hits and misses

A crucial abortion-at-the-border doc, 'Summering' recalls a gender-switched 'Stand By Me,' plus more new releases.

Screen Grabs: Family dysfunction, with all the yikes

Patton Oswalt's 'I Love My Dad,' Lena Dunham's 'Sharp Stick,' teen pregnancy fallout in 'Icon,' more cringey relations

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: Winning charm in ‘Cha Cha,’ lusty luck in ‘Leo Grande’

Plus: Claymation 'Eraserhead' in 'Mad God,' SF gay strippers in 'Baloney,' French extravaganza 'Lost Illusion,' more