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Johnny Depp in “A Nightmare on Elm Street”. Photo: New Line Cinema

From Religion to Porn to Horror Greatness

It is easy to trace the negative influence of religion on Wes Craven’s life to his films, but also interesting how he turned it into something positive.

HANNIBAL -- "Apertif" Episode 101 -- Pictured: Mads Mikkelson as Dr. Hannial Lecter -- (Photo by: Brooke Palmer/NBC)
Mads Mikkelsen in “Hannibal”. Photo: NBC

Quick Take: Having Friends for Dinner

Hannibal: Too off-putting for mainstream audiences, but intelligent and engrossing.

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Ingrid Bergman in “Intermezzo”. Photo: United Artists

Ingrid Bergman’s 5 Best Roles 

The star turns 100 years old today. 

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Sarah Palin and Donald Trump on “On Point with Sarah Palin”. Photo: One America News

Palin Gets Cozy with “von Clownstick”

In the meantime, the polls show that Hillary Clinton beats every Republican opponent. Including the man Jon Stewart once nicknamed “Fuckface von Clownstick”.

“Inside Out”. Photo: Pixar

Review: Rollercoaster of Emotions

Inside Out: Pixar seems to have gotten sequels on its brain just like the rest of Hollywood. Which is why it’s a relief to see an original project like Inside Out work out so well. 

Lennart Jähkel and Frida Hallgren in “Heaven on Earth”. Photo: SF

Quick Take: Preaching to the Choir

Heaven on Earth: Every conflict is dumbed down and everybody in the cast tries to outdo one another when it comes to overacting. 

“Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words”. Photo: Mantaray Film

Quick Take: Another City, Another Family

Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words: The film skilfully balances Bergman’s career and personal life.

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Stephanie Renouvin and Sean Connery.

Sean Connery, 85, Stays Away from “Idiots”

It’s a fun clip to watch, a document of a man who’s reached an age where he simply doesn’t give a fuck anymore.