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Reviews of Bill Karn's 1961 "Five Minutes to Live," which stars Johnny Cash; Walter Grauman's 1964 "Lady in a Cage"; and the cable-only movie "Lansky." [08-30-99]
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Reviews of Charles Laughton's "Night of the Hunter" and Wes Anderson's "Rushmore." [08-23-99]
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Reviews of Richard Fleischer's 1950 noir caper Armored Car Robbery; Ben Stiller as a heroin addict in Permanent Midnight; and the delectable histrionics of Silvio Narizzano's 1965 film Die! Die! My Darling! [08-16-99]
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The strange career of Alan Smithee, aka directors who have had their name yanked from the credits of their film. [08-09-99]
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Reviews of The Big Combo (1955), Truck Turner (1974), and Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows (1955). [08-02-99]
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Louis Black doesn't think director Kevin Smith should apologize for "Mallrats," and Mike Emery finds "Home Fries" surprisingly complicated, but still forgettable. [07-19-99]
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A tribute to the late director Edward Dmytryk. [07-12-99]
— Louis Black, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Jerry Renshaw reviews Argento-inspired horror movies "Cemetery Man" and "The Church," and Louis Black looks at the forgotten Johnathan Demme film "Who Am I This Time?" [07-05-99]
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Million Dollar Legs (1932) changes Louis Black's opinion of W.C. Fields, Mike Emery finds Babe: Pig in the City suprisingly dark for its subject matter; and Jerry Renshaw applauds Dario Argento's sylistic Opera (1987). [06-28-99]
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Three anomalous action/suspense movies: Mark Walberg's post-Boogie Nights vehicle The Big Hit, The Replacement Killers, and Italian director Dario Argento's "lost film,"The Tram. [06-21-99]
— Jerry Renshaw, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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If you haven't had enough of basketball during the NBA play-offs, you might try a few of these videos. [06-07-99]
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Graduation rites on video: Dazed and Confused and Can't Hardly Wait. [06-01-99]
— Sarah Hepola, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Louis Black reviews "The Crazies" and Jonathan Demme's "Citizen's Band," and Mike Emery gives John Carpenter's "Vampires" a second chance. [04-19-99]
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Louis Black reviews the influential science fiction film "La Jetée" and Frank Tashlin's "The Girl Can't Help It;" and Jerry Renshaw visits "Terminal Island." [04-12-99]
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Louis Black revisits "Zulu Dawn" and "Junior Bonner," two underappreciated explotation films; and Eli Kooris reviews "Menace II Society." [04-05-99]
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Reviews of "The Last Man on Earth" and "Freeway" on video. [03-29-99]
— Jerry Renshaw, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Reviews of the provocatively violent films "Straw Dogs" (directed by Sam Peckinpah) and "Rolling Thunder" (directed by John Flynn). [03-22-99]
— Jerry Renshaw, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Reviews of Gone With the Wind on DVD, and on video, Dream for an Insomniac and the late, great Stanley Kubrik'sThe Killing. [03-15-99]
— Mike Emery, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Reviews of Bucktown, Hell Up in Harlem, Silent Hunter, and From Dusk Till Dawn. [03-08-99]
— Mike Emery, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

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Reviews of Sliding Doors and Ladies They Talk About on video. [03-01-99]
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