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‘Sisters’: Brian De Palma’s Gleefully Twisted Exploitation Tale

17 June 2016 12:25 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Brian De Palma‘s shocking exploitation gut-punch, Sisters, is a perfectly orchestrated exercise in style, a staging of some of the finest suspense sequences since Alfred Hitchcock was above ground. Channeling the Master of Suspense’s gleeful enjoyment of audience manipulation, De Palma remarkably employs a trashy genre aesthetic to satirically explore issues of race and social alienation. It’s a film about outsiders — a starkly disturbing reminder that looks and appearances can be dangerously deceiving — that’s nevertheless less interested in soap-box statements than inducing audiences to squeal and squirm. Grim in its contemporary relevance, De Palma and co-writer Louisa Rose‘s political satire is ever-present but far from overt, quietly bubbling in the background. This is a film in which police officers respond to learning of the stabbing of an African-American man by hatefully grumbling, “Those people are always stabbing each other.”

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- Tony Hinds

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[Review] The Girl in the Photographs

31 March 2016 7:53 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Nick Simon‘s The Girl in the Photographs seems to be a story reverse-engineered from its final image — which, for a low-budget horror film, is an effective one. No spoilers here, and it wouldn’t matter if there were. By that point, it’s too little and far too late to redeem the film after we’ve been subjected to recycled horror tropes, which predictably clunk their way toward an unsettling final moment. Perhaps this should have been a short and not a ponderous, forgettable feature. In a sense, it’s a horror picture for the selfie generation — fitting, as the narrative is utterly vapid and shallow.

Colleen (Claudia Lee), a South Dakota waitress, begins finding posed photographs of murdered women left at the coffee shop where she works, uncertain if they’re real or staged. They indeed are: the photographers are a pair of deranged backwoods boys who lock »

- Tony Hinds

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WWE Raw 08/02/16 Recap and Review – Daniel Bryan retirement, Ambrose clashes with Lesnar, Jericho on Miz TV and more

11 February 2016 2:54 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

There was only one thing on the mind of the WWE Universe as Monday Night Raw rolled into Seattle, Wa. Daniel Bryan, after a stellar career, hung up his wrestling boots for good. Meanwhile, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar signed the contract for their blockbuster triple threat match at Fastlane. It’s the Raw Report…

Stephanie McMahon opened the show and used the inevitable Daniel Bryan chants to get some great heat. She started one of her usual lengthy speeches about the Fastlane main event, but was interrupted by a pumped Dean Ambrose who wanted her to cut to the chase and get on with the contract signing. McMahon tried to carry on speaking, but Roman Reigns then cut in to ask what was holding up proceedings. Brock Lesnar was then introduced and the contract was signed. McMahon made a quick exit and then Ambrose squared up to the Beast. »

- Tom Beasley

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