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‘Yoga Hosers’ Exclusive Clip: Kevin Smith’s Latest Horror-Comedy Will Have a One-Night Only Film Event Nationwide

6 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Kevin Smith has made a name for himself with his edgy films, which feature his own unique ear for dialogue and off-the-wall premises. Recently, he has written and directed a trilogy of horror-comedies dubbed the “True North trilogy”; the first film in the series was “Tusk,” about a missing podcaster who gets turned into a walrus, which received mixed reviews. The next film “Yoga Hosers” premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and will be released into theaters on September 2nd. But before the official release, Fathom Events and SpectiCast will host a one-night only film event in select theaters on August 30th. The event will also feature behind-the-scenes footage from the set, interviews with cast and crew, as well as a post-screening Q&A with writer and director Kevin Smith and members of the cast, captured at the premiere in Red Bank, New Jersey.

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- Vikram Murthi

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Fantasia 2016: ‘Antibirth’ Review

24 July 2016 11:38 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Antibirth Review

Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny star in Antibirth, a tale of traumatic pregnancy. Best friends Lou (Lyonne) and Sadie (Sevigny) are all about the party life, keeping themselves alive with a mixture of stale beer and drugs. After one particularly heavy night Lou realises that she’s pregnant, with no idea who the father is. However, as her pregnancy wears it becomes clear that this is no ordinary baby.

The dynamic of Lou and Sadie’s relationship is basically a waster version of Romy and Michelle. They’re not particularly sharp and, through events out of their control, they are planted firmly at the bottom of the social ladder. As the pregnancy develops the duo’s bond comes under pressure and the introduction of a third female, Lorna, threatens to break them apart.

Antibirth Review

The film is lead fantastically by Natasha Lyonne. Lyonne’s characters have never been shrinking violets, »

- Kat Hughes

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Carrie Brownstein’s Short Film Trailer For Kenzo Features Kim Gordon & Mahershala Ali —Watch

13 July 2016 10:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The first trailer for Carrie Brownstein’s short film for the fashion brand Kenzo, “The Realest Real,” has just been released. Created in conjunction with the company’s fall-winter campaign, the project was written and directed by the “Portlandia” star and features an impressive cast.

The 30-second clip includes former Sonic Youth member Kim Gordon, “House of Cards” actor Mahershala Ali, “Girl Meets World” star Rowan Blanchard, Natasha Lyonne from “Orange Is the New Black” and “Spider-Man: Homecoming’s” Laura Harrier. According to Kenzo, the film represents a “humorous exploration of the fickle and instant world of the internet.”

Read More: Harmony Korine Directs Gucci Mane In New Supreme Ad — Watch

The campaign images were photographed by Mark Peckmezian and act as film posters for “The Realest Real.”

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Kenzo has collaborated with well-known filmmakers in the past. »

- Liz Calvario

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Yoga Hosers (2016) Review | Flickering Myth Podcast Mini

8 July 2016 9:10 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

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Luke has seen the second instalment in Kevin Smith’s True North horror comedy trilogy Yoga Hosers, which features Smith and Johnny Depp’s daughters, a load of tiny Kevin Smith bratwurst Nazis (of course), cameos from Kevin Conroy and Stan Lee, and much more…

Has Smith finally jumped the shark? Or is he back on form?

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Yoga Hosers sees Harley Quinn Smith and Lily-Rose Depp leading a cast that also includes Tony Hale (Arrested Development), Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the new Black »

- Oli Davis

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First trailer for Clea Duvall’s The Intervention

5 July 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its release next month, the first trailer has arrived online for the upcoming comedy drama The Intervention. The films marks the directorial debut for Clea DuVall who also stars alongside Cobie Smulders, Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Vincent Piazza, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz and Alia Shawkat; check it out below after the official synopsis…

See Also: Read our ★ ★ ★ ★ review of The Intervention

When four couples meet for a weekend away together, an attempt to run a “marriage intervention” goes hilariously wrong as everyone is forced to confront the secrets and fears that seem to be holding them back from finding happiness with each other.

The Intervention is set for release on August 26th.

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- Amie Cranswick

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Melanie Lynskey Leads An All-Star Cast In First Trailer For The Intervention

5 July 2016 2:46 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

A wise man once said marriage is buying a house for someone you hate, but what if that once ironclad relationship is heading toward the rocks? That’s exactly the conundrum facing a group of thirtysomethings in today’s debut trailer for The InterventionClea DuVall’s dramedy that is set for release late next month.

It also marks the writer-director’s first foray behind the lens, building on a prestigious résumé that is comprised of roles in Interrupted, David Fincher thriller Zodiac and Ben Affleck’s espionage thriller Argo. The Intervention represents a different kettle of fish, though, and here we see Melanie Lynskey lead an all-star cast that includes Natasha Lyonne, Vincent Piazza, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz, Alia Shawkat, and Jack Reacher: Never Go Back star Cobie Smulders.

Though they’re fooled into thinking they have embarked on a couples retreat, the pair at the heart of DuVall »

- Michael Briers

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Watch: Full Trailer for Indie 'The Intervention' Directed by Clea DuVall

5 July 2016 1:21 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"You can feel it - the burden of their marital prison!" Paramount has debuted an official trailer for the indie comedy The Intervention, written & directed by & starring Clea DuVall. It premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, where it not only earned rave reviews from critics, but won a Special Jury Award for Individual Performance given to Melanie Lynskey - who steals the show. The full cast includes Natasha Lyonne, Vincent Piazza, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz, Alia Shawkat and Cobie Smulders. This might be one of those quirky indies that's actually worth seeing in theaters when it comes out, give it a look. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Clea DuVall's The Intervention, in high def from Apple: When four couples meet for a weekend away together, an attempt to run a "marriage intervention" goes hilariously wrong as everyone is forced to confront the secrets and fears »

- Alex Billington

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‘The Intervention’ Trailer: Friends Confront a ‘Marital Prison’ in Clea DuVall’s Directorial Debut

5 July 2016 1:01 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

We’ve all seen various versions of interventions in movies and television shows. They never go as smoothly as the interveners would like, often turning into a mess of hilarious awkwardness and touchy drama. Filmmaker Clea DuVall has taken those ideas and amplified them as the entire premise of her latest film “The Intervention,” which looks to be a fun, awkward ride with a great ensemble cast.

Read More: Sundance: Why Newly-Minted Director Clea DuVall Finally Went Behind the Camera for ‘The Intervention

The film premiered at Sundance this past January, where star Melanie Lynskey winning the U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Individual Performance. Written and directed by DuVall, “The Intervention” stars DuVall, Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Vincent Piazza, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz, Alia Shawkat and Cobie Smulders.

The film follows Lynskey as “control freak bride-to-be Annie” as she brings together her closeknit group of thirtysomething friends to stage »

- Kyle Kizu

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Melanie Lynskey Stages ‘The Intervention’ in First Trailer For Clea DuVall’s Directorial Debut

5 July 2016 9:35 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

While she’s been in the front of the camera for the last two decades acting in films such as The Faculty, Girl, Interrupted, Zodiac, Argo, and more, Clea DuVall recently made her directorial and writing debut with The Intervention. Also starring in the film, she appears alongside Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Vincent Piazza, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz, Alia Shawkat, and Cobie Smulders as a marriage intervention goes awry.

We said in our review, “it’s a sharp script with distinct observations helping it rise above the plethora of other similarly-themed fare. Peter’s infuriating disregard of his wife, along with connotations to domestic abuse, help to spur our involvement in wanting this intervention to succeed, as impeccably awkward as it is. Lynskey steals the show as she deals with her own demons, yet presents a bubbly outward personality in attempting to take control while rarely triumphing in these regard. »

- Leonard Pearce

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The Truth Comes Out In First Trailer For ‘The Intervention’ With Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Ben Schwartz, Cobie Smulders, More

5 July 2016 9:21 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Nothing can come between friends faster than “the truth,” and that’s the foundation of the upcoming indie ensemble dramedy “The Intervention,” which premiered this winter at the Sundance Film Festival, where the always great Melanie Lynskey won a Special Jury Prize for her performance. And now it’s headed to a theater near you. Read More: […]

The post The Truth Comes Out In First Trailer For ‘The Intervention’ With Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Ben Schwartz, Cobie Smulders, More appeared first on The Playlist. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Movie Review – Yoga Hosers (2016)

29 June 2016 7:57 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Yoga Hosers (2016)

Directed By Kevin Smith

Starring Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose Depp, Harley Quinn Smith, Adam Brody, Justin Long, Natasha Lyonne, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, Tony Hale, Ralph Garman, Tony Hale, Harley Morenstein, Tyler Posey, Austin Butler, Jason Mewes and Vanessa Paradis.

Synopsis:

Two teenage yoga enthusiasts team up with a legendary man-hunter to battle with an ancient evil presence that is threatening their major party plans.

As a director, Kevin Smith has taken a rather divisive career turn in recent years. Gone are the days when the Fatman on Batman was an indie darling churning out critically acclaimed hits like Clerks, Chasing Amy and Dogma, and in his place is a podcaster who no longer cares about film conventions with outings like Red State and Tusk. This is a director who said he was retiring from the game to focus on podcasts, and now finds himself prepping another sequel to Clerks, »

- Luke Owen

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The $100,0000 Pyramid Season One Ratings

27 June 2016 1:33 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

There have been several incarnations of the Pyramid game show with the first one dating all the way back to March 1973. The $100,000 Pyramid version has run in syndication but hasn't been in primetime. Will this game show be a winner in the ratings for ABC? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.

Hosted by Michael Strahan, The $100,000 Pyramid features celebrities teaming up with contestants to try to win a lot of cash by playing word association games. This season's celebrities include Jon Lovitz, Deion Sanders, Rosie O'Donnell, Kathy Najimy, Kevin Pollak, Niecy Nash, Bridget Moynahan, Rex Lee, Yvette Nicole Brown, Fred Willard, Joy Behar, John Michael Higgins, Steve Schirripa, Melissa Peterman, Teri Polo, Zachary Levi, Alfonso Ribeiro, Mario Batali, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Randall Park, Anna Camp, Terry Crews, Natasha Lyonne, Bellamy Young, Weird Al Yankovic, Tony Hale, Justin Long, »

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Edinburgh International Film Festival Review – Yoga Hosers (2016)

23 June 2016 4:48 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Yoga Hosers (2016)

Directed By Kevin Smith

Starring Johnny Depp, Lily-Rose Depp, Harley Quinn Smith, Adam Brody, Justin Long, Natasha Lyonne, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, Tony Hale, Ralph Garman, Tony Hale, Harley Morenstein, Tyler Posey, Austin Butler, Jason Mewes and Vanessa Paradis.

Synopsis:

Two teenage yoga enthusiasts team up with a legendary man-hunter to battle with an ancient evil presence that is threatening their major party plans.

Say what you want about Kevin Smith’s movies, but there’s no denying that they’re products of self-expression.  Like all auteurs, he makes movies for himself, and if you don’t like them it’s not going to stop him from continuing to feed his own artistic hunger.  Granted, his artistic hunger often comes from the munchies, but if that sparks unique creativity then so be it.   When he unleashed Clerks 22 years ago, he was a lowly convenience store »

- Kieran Fisher

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Forgiving a Rapist? ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Weigh In

20 June 2016 4:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In last night’s “Game of Thrones,” Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) finally got some long-awaited revenge. In an especially gruesome scene that marks the end to an especially gruesome arc, Sansa let Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon)’s flesh-eating dogs eat him alive, allowing a smile to flicker across her face as the hounds did their business. If anyone deserved such a death, it was Ramsay — a sadistic murderer who had tortured, flayed, mutilated, and murdered his way through the North. For Sansa, it was personal; Ramsay used marriage as an excuse to rape her repeatedly. Her wedding night, last season, was one of the more upsetting scenes in “Game of Thrones.” Even though Sansa had some notion of what she was getting into with him, Ramsay purposefully made it as terrible for her as possible; the only thing he reliably enjoyed was another person’s suffering.

Ramsay’s presence on “Game of Thrones” has been a streak »

- Sonia Saraiya

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'Orange Is the New Black' Star on Surprise Season 4 Return and Jon Snow Comparisons

20 June 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the first eight episodes of Orange Is the New Black season four.] After nearly an entire season without her, Orange Is the New Black brought a fan favorite back in a big way during its newly released fourth season. After disappearing from the Netflix prison dramedy during the beginning of season three, Nicky Nichols (Natasha Lyonne) returned in the fourth episode — a storyline that was kept under lock and key by everyone involved with the Jenji Kohan prison dramedy. "This is a real high-stakes Jon Snow situation I’m in: This whole year, I cannot

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- Jackie Strause

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Orange Is the New Black Season 4 Episode 1 Review

17 June 2016 8:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Kirsty Capes reviews the first episode of Orange Is the New Black season 4…

Everyone’s favourite criminals are back in the highly anticipated fourth installment of Netflix’s most popular original series from Jenji Kohan.

With plenty of plot threads in need of tying up after season 3’s cliffhanger ending, season 4 begins, unlike any of the previous series, directly following on from season 3’s finale. Inmates have just escaped through a hole in the fence at Litchfield due to chronic understaffing, and Alex (Laura Prepon) is at the mercy of her old boss’s hitman, who has infiltrated the prison as a guard.

Both of these plot points are tied up fairly neatly within the first five minutes of Episode 1, which is a little bit of a disappointment, considering how serious they are in terms of Oitnb’s comedy-realism angle. Mercifully, Oitnb season 4 seems to be following the trend of »

- Kirsty Capes

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Orange Is The New Black Season 4 Review

16 June 2016 2:02 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Six episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

There are nearly infinite reasons why Orange Is The New Black has resonated so loudly with so many people in such a short span of time. Its honest characters, juicy drama, and unashamedly blunt depiction of what life in a prison is like (as a woman, a black woman, a Dominican woman, etc) are bound to constitute a few of those. Others might appreciate Jenji Kohan’s masterfully laid-back tone that – after four years – still ebbs and flows into mouth-covering shockers with ease – which makes sense, given the woman essentially created the bedrock of the unforgettable season finale in Weeds.

I like its simple insights. Suzanne, aka Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba), has slowly been getting more to do – and be – since her pie-throwing meme-ifying in season 1 and, as things go downhill for her in season 4, she reminisces about the speechless cues her parents »

- Mitchel Broussard

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'Orange Is the New Black': Everything You Need to Know for Season 4

15 June 2016 8:31 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Can it possibly have been a whole year since we last shacked up in Litchfield Penitentiary, with its mattress-less bunks, garden shed full of secrets and Piper's panties-making empire? If you're like us, there's a good chance that you gulped down Season Three of Orange Is the New Black faster than you can say "Admiral Rodcocker." To say that Jenji Kohan's addictive prison comedy/drama is highly bingeable is a huge understatement; but the downside is that 12 months down the line, we're left with a hooch hangover and a »

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Orange Is The New Black season 4 spoiler-free review

13 June 2016 9:29 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Arriving on Netflix on Friday the 17th of June, Orange Is The New Black season 4 is a deft, sharp, frequently hilarious return to form...

At the end of its second season, I was pretty much convinced that Orange Is The New Black was one of the best things on television. It managed to merge compelling plotting, fascinating characters, irreverent humour and heart-wrenching drama without ever feeling overstuffed or unbalanced. The final scene of the second season pretty much encapsulated everything that was great about the show, and I still point to it as one of my all-time favourite TV moments. So when Season Three came along I was giddy with excitement, excitement that quickly dissipated over the course of the run. It’s not so much that Season Three was bad, more that it felt rough and directionless in a way the first two seasons never did, full of subplots that were either uninteresting or never quite ignited in the ways they promised. Without the unifying factor of a Vee-like antagonist or central thread like Piper’s acclimation to prison life, the season felt meandering and rudderless, and I got to the end without a tonne of anticipation for the next instalment.

As such, it’s a huge relief to announce that Season Four of Oitnb is a complete return to form. While Season Three ended on a cheesy note that felt at odds with the cliffhangers that preceded it, Season Four bursts out of the gates with buckets of the irreverent swagger that characterised the show’s early days. The lake-set finale of Season Three, which bleeds into the opening moments of Season Four, quickly becomes a lot less earnest in the light of the immediate consequences, and with an influx of new and less than endearing inmates the show is given a ton of fresh energy and avenues to explore. Almost immediately the subplots that bubbled along last year burst out of the gates with new twists, becoming powder kegs just waiting to blow up in exciting and original ways.

Even plots that generally worked last year, like Piper’s ascension to a kind of panty-selling kingpin within the prison, are quickly subverted and lead to potentially ugly new conflicts, exacerbated by new faces that are less than content with maintaining the status quo. Piper’s general cluelessness is back in full force as her attempts to be assertive and ruthless take unexpected turns that manage to be unsettling, outrageous and totally logical all at once. It’s exactly the sort of deft, sharp writing that made this show so good in the first place, and it’s great to see it back in full force.

While the series occasionally verges on being a little preachy, Oitnb’s defining quality has always been the empathy it has for even its most despicable characters, and that is arguably more evident than ever this season. Characters like Caputo and Healy continue to walk a fine line between endearing and repulsive, and even in their worst moments the series never lets us forget that they are human. Of course, this works a lot better in some cases than others. Lolly, briefly teased as a whole new kind of threat last year, is possibly one of the most irritating characters currently on television; basically a less likable version of Suzanne (who remains a delight in every scene she’s in), and the strengthened focus on her this year is something of a detriment.

But it’s hard to quibble when you also get new characters as immediately brilliant as Judy King, the Martha Stewart-esque celebrity chef who entered Litchfield at the end of last season. Blair Brown makes her both charming and mildly terrifying, a character who you never quite trust but want to be on screen as much as possible for that very reason. She’s not exactly an outright Machiavellian monster like Vee and in the six episodes provided for review she never quite acts in ways that are specifically villainous, but there are enough hints that she isn’t quite what she seems to keep her fascinating. With her folksy accent and seemingly amiable nature, she’s basically the Frank Underwood of Litchfield and the glimmers of conflict between her and Red are gearing up to be something thrilling down the line.

While Season Four is frequently hilarious, Oitnb has never shied away from darkness and certain moments in these first six episodes are among the bleakest yet seen on this show. Nicky’s return delivers some heartbreaking and powerful stuff and one particular moment in episode six is pretty much guaranteed to be Natasha Lyonne’s Emmy tape this year. However if there was one flaw that carried over from Season Three it’s the show’s tendency to drop a gut-punch moment then one of levity immediately after, expecting you to laugh while you’re still screaming at the television. It’s not the biggest flaw in the world and it’s probably inevitable for a show that balances as many tones and genres as Oitnb, but when the darkness is this dark you need a little more time to come down from it.

But really, that’s a quibble, and none of my issues with the six episodes I saw were ever any more than that. On the evidence of Season Four so far, Oitnb has reclaimed its place as one of the best dramas going around at the moment and if this standard maintains going forward then that’s not changing anytime soon. 

Orange Is The New Black season 4 comes to Netflix UK on Friday the 17th of June.

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Clea Duvall’s ‘The Intervention’ to Open Outfest Los Angeles

9 June 2016 2:58 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Outfest Los Angeles has selected Clea Duvall’s drama “The Intervention” as its opening night film on July 7.

The Intervention” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, marking Duvall’s directorial and screenwriting feature debut. It stars Duvall, Cobie Smulders, Melanie Lynskey, Natasha Lyonne, Jason Ritter, Ben Schwartz, and Alia Shawkat.

The Intervention” will screen at The Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.

The festival will close on July 17 with Vertical Entertainment’s comedy-drama “Other People,” written and directed by “Saturday Night Live” actor Chris Kelly, and starring Molly Shannon, Jesse Plemons, Zach Woods, Bradley Whitford, Maude Apatow, and June Squibb.

Outfest will include a July 13 screening of Paul Feig’s “Ghostbusters,” two days before its opening. The festival’s gala screenings include: U.S. centerpiece “Spa Night,” international centerpiece “Esteros,” documentary centerpiece “Kiki,” legacy centerpiece “Different From the Others,” and special centerpiece “King Cobra,” starring James Franco, »

- Dave McNary

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