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2 items from 2011

Dying God (2008)

4 March 2011 12:23 PM, PST | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by: Fabrice Lambot

Written by: Jean Depelley, Fabrice Lambot, Nicanor Loreti, German Val

Cast: James Horan, Lance Henriksen, Erin Brown, Agathe de La Boulaye

Being a film reviewer sounds like a pretty sweet deal. People send you free movies! How awesome is that? But for every one good film, there are five stinkers you have to sit through and then write about. That's a brutal ratio if you think about it. You watch a lot of god-awful flicks, and if you do this long enough, you start to realize that not all bad movies are created equal. Some movies are just bad. Some are so bad they're good. And some are bad, but in an interesting way. Into this last category falls director Fabrice Lambot's 2008 flick, Dying God.

Dying God is a crime story with supernatural elements. Sean Fallon (James Horan) is a totally corrupt, alcoholic police detective. »

- Theron

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"Dogtooth," "Enter the Void" and a Week of DVDs on the Edge

24 January 2011 2:28 PM, PST | | See recent IFC news »

"Dogtooth" (2009)

Directed by Giorgos Lanthimos

Released by Kino

"Enter the Void" (2010)

Directed by Gaspar Noé

Released by Mpi Home Video

Somehow it's fitting that two of last year's most dangerous films will be hitting DVD shelves the same week, both being favorites of the staff. "Dogtooth," Lanthimos' much-debated Un Certain Regard winner from Cannes, concerns the lives of three culturally isolated children -- two daughters and a son, who range from mid-teens to early 20s -- fenced in by their parents' country home, who receive a reeducation when their lone connection to the outside world, a female security guard for their parents' business, introduces them to the joys of sex and Sylvester Stallone films. Meanwhile, "Irreversible" provocateur Noé's latest is a wildly ambitious 155-minute extravaganza set inside the mind of a drug dealer told from the first-person perspective. Nathaniel Brown and "Boardwalk Empire" star Paz de la Huerta »

- Stephen Saito

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