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'Galveston' Addresses the Issue of Redemption with Mixed Results

'Galveston' Addresses the Issue of Redemption with Mixed Results

Back in 2008, Galveston, Texas, was devastated by Hurricane Ike. Ike destroyed buildings, upset the routines of entire communities, and killed and injured many.

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Power Outage Cut Short Capitol Theatre's 12 Hours of Terror, But Program Rescheduled for Saturday

A protracted power outage on Cleveland's west side — the 180,000th such outage this year, thanks to Cleveland Public Power — cut short Cleveland...

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Laurie Strode Finally Gets the Final Girl Treatment She Deserves in 'Halloween'

When we're first introduced to Laurie Strode, she's an insecure high schooler living in the sleepy suburb of Haddonfield, Illinois, worrying about her schoolwork,...

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'Galveston' Producer Tyler Davidson to Conduct Q&As After the Film's Friday and Saturday Night Screenings

A few years ago, Tyler Davidson, a Northeast Ohio-based movie producer who's worked with indie flicks such as Take Shelter, My Blind Brother and...

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'First Man' Promo Tour Includes a Stop at the Great Lakes Science Center

Earlier today while sitting in the NASA Gallery at the Great Lakes Science Center, director Damien Chazelle, who was in town to promote his...

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'First Man' Offers a Unique Perspective on the Inaugural Lunar Landing

Director Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, La La Land) has said he wanted his ambitious new film, First Man, to demonstrate just how terrifying it must have...

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'The Old Man & the Gun' Serves Best as an Ode to Robert Redford's Career

In what was originally pitched as his final film performance, Robert Redford plays Forrest Tucker, a career criminal who has successfully escaped from prison on...

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'Rodents of Unusual Size' Director to Participate in a Q&A at the Capitol Theatre

One of the more unusual films on the schedule for the Capitol Theatre’s annual Fall Doc Film Festival, Rodents of Unusual Size centers on...

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'Hocus Pocus' Returns to Big Screen This Halloween in Cleveland, Celebrating 25th Anniversary

The Sanderson sisters fly back into theaters this Halloween season in honor of the 25th anniversary of Disney's Hocus Pocus. AMC Theaters brings the...

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Gaga, Cooper Wow in Remake of Classic Music Industry Love Story

Last week, Lady Gaga announced that "Shallow," the hit single from the new film A Star is Born had been released on Spotify, and I've...

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Biopic About Singer-Songwriter Blaze Foley Can't Overcome Its Disjointed Narrative

Consider it a tale of two songwriters. An Arkansas native who played clubs in Austin in the 1970s, singer-songwriter Blaze Foley played the same...

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Smallfoot, with LeBron in Supporting Role, Flirts with Subversion

LeBron James has precious few lines in the new Warner Bros. computer-animated film Smallfoot, but he makes the most of them. He voices a...

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Annual Jewish FilmFest to Feature 26 Films at Five Local Venues

Now in its 12th year, the Cleveland Jewish FilmFest aims to bring the best of international Jewish cinema to Cleveland. It features a mix...

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Chimaira’s Mark Hunter Discusses His Battle with Depression in Forthcoming Documentary Film

Chimaira’s Mark Hunter and director Nick Cavalier met last year when they were both on a panel about mental health and creativity during the...

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Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny Make do With Messy 'Lizzie'

It can be argued that the deaths of Sarah and Andrew Borden, presumably at the hands of their axe-wielding daughter, served as the beginning of...

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Curious Indie Flick 'The Song of Sway Lake' Never Makes Us Care

The Song of Sway Lake is a curious little indie flick about nostalgia and melancholia, both of which afflict the film's three principal characters: Ollie...

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'Kusama — Infinity' Director to Appear at Cleveland Museum of Art This Weekend

An Akron native, director Heather Lenz started making her documentary film, Kusama — Infinity way back in January of 2001. “It was a long...

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'Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear' Director to Appear at the Cinematheque on Saturday

Born in New Jersey, Douglas Burke took up surfing after his family relocated to California when he was a teenager. After living in the...

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Cleveland-Filmed Horror Flick to Premiere Next Week at Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 7 in Euclid

Locally based horror filmmaker, Eddie Lengyel regularly releases movies on his Fright Teck Pictures. The latest such flick, American Poltergeist: The Curse of Lilith...

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Glenn Close Delivers an Oscar-Worthy Performance in 'The Wife'

With a mouthful of vodka and lips around her first cigarette in decades, Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) tells biographer Nathaniel Bone (Christian Slater), "Please don't...

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'The Basement' is Preposterous Even by Horror Standards

In the opening scene of The Basement, a horror film that opens on Friday at Tower City Cinemas and also arrives on VOD that same...

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Capitol Theatre to Launch Its Annual Fall Doc Series Next Week

This past summer, feature-length documentaries such as RBG, Won’t You Be My Neighbor and Three Identical Strangers were some of the most popular titles...

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