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The 7 Lines That Defined the American Horror Story: Freak Show Finale

22 January 2015 4:30 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Barkers rev up your engines. The Freak Show is over, and the incessant quote canonizing can begin. As another season of American Horror Story closed on Wednesday, the freak fetishist became the freak. (If that meant we got to see Finn Wittrock in his skivvies, then so be it.) But Dandy Mott's downfall was just the beginning of the curiosities delivered by Elsa Mars and her band of outsiders. Picking up short after Dandy (Wittrock) began his tyrannical rule of the side show, the anthology show's season finale was a veritable a parade of zingers and bon mots worthy of creator Ryan Murphy, »

- Lanford Beard, @lanfordbeard

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American Horror Story: Freak Show Finale Recap: Is That All There Is?

21 January 2015 9:02 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

As “Curtain Call” brought American Horror Story: Freak Show to a close, Dandy at last made his stage “debut,” and Elsa arrived in the one place in the world that might actually be weirder than her own Cabinet of Curiosities: Hollywood.

Here’s how it all fell apart and came together.

The Beginning Of The End | As the finale kicked off, Dandy was pitching a fit over the fact that, just like Penny predicted, audiences weren’t lining up to see a “rich Nancy sing show tunes.” And, in no time, he’d become so intolerable that he’d been decked by Amazon Eve, »

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The Criterion Collection announces April releases

21 January 2015 7:00 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Criterion has announced five titles for Blu-ray release in April, which are sure to get film lovers on both sides of the pond excited.

On April 14th, it will release Preston Sturges’ Sullivan’s Travels (1941) and Carol ReedOdd Man Out (1947).

On April 21, it will release Jean Renoir’s The River (1951). And on April 28th, it will release Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le silence de la mer (1949) and Peter YatesThe Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973).

All details of each release, as well as the artworks are below, and all available to pre-order over at Amazon.com.

Sullivan’s Travels

Tired of churning out lightweight comedies, Hollywood director John L. Sullivan (Joel McCrea) decides to make O Brother, Where Art Thou?—a serious, socially responsible film about human suffering. After his producers point out that he knows nothing of hardship, Sullivan hits the road disguised as a hobo. En route to enlightenment, »

- Scott J. Davis

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