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Tagged with: Violence

Big Brotherly love? Finally, a Bay Area premiere for Michael Gene Sullivan’s ‘1984’

(Un)fortunately, this adaptation of Orville's famed surveillance story is evergreen.

Ruffled muppet slaughterhouse? Another Hole in the Head still stocks the campiest of gore

Film festival's 20th edition features 1920 classic 'Dr. Caligari,' ice mummies—and even Freddy Krueger as waterbed.

Screen Grabs: This Thanksgiving, don’t stream a turkey

Deep family trauma to 5000 aliens on tap. Plus: 'The Rolling Stones & Brian Jones,' Nic Cage in your dreams, more

Why not let the unhoused take over some empty SF office buildings?

Rally suggests solution to downtown vacancies—and homelessness

‘Omar’ is pretty to look at, but opera treats slavery with kid gloves

New work by Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels traces the tempestuous life of enslaved African scholar Omar ibn Said.

The (other) big problems with APEC

Powerful CEOs and politicians meet in secret to promote global catastrophe. Plus: Judges, cops, and crime ... That's The Agenda for Nov. 12 to 19

Screen Grabs: Men on misguided paths in ‘Manodrome’ and ‘The Mission’

John Chau brings Jesus where no one wants him and Jesse Eisenberg bends to misogynistic fervor in two new movies

Live Shots: Cypress Hill smoked out the Fox in honor of ‘Black Sunday’

The Latino hip-hop pioneers celebrated 30 years of their massive album, with some classic gothic-hood flavor and plenty of highs

Under the Stars: Oakland producer sndtrak channels sunny ’80s TV vibes

Plus: 'I Need A Freak' still bangs from '83, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express gets complete, Emily Afton pays a visit, more.

Screen Grabs: ‘Priscilla,’ locked in a golden Graceland cage

Sofia Coppola's opaque tribute. Plus: Colman Domingo plays Civil Rights giant 'Rustin,' border-town education gets 'Radical'