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ScreenCrave's Top 20 Films of 2013

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What is there to make of 2013's cinematic year? Like most years it started slow and small, got big and interesting, then wore out its welcome for a while until Fall came with some great pictures... but also more junk. At this point it's getting pointless to begrudge sequels as they are the way of the world, but this was also the year that comic book movies figured out how to be a part of the...

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for May 7 - 13

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One of the year’s most talked about films is already hitting Blu-ray, but that’s partly because of the way it was made. Upstream Color and Jack Reacher are the highlights of the week, with a ton of new catalog titles hitting as well. Saddle up for some expenses, fellow collectors.

'Pete's Dragon' Reboot: David Lowery Writing Script

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Reboots aren't too surprising to hear about nowadays. They happen so often that it's just become another Hollywood trend of sorts. So when they first announced that Pete's Dragon would be the latest to get the remake treatment, it wasn't too shocking to hear. Now they've found their perfect writer in David Lowery who is probably one of the hottest...

'Evil Dead' and Joss Whedon's Latest Topline This Year's SXSW

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South by Southwest's annual film festival and concert series has - like its fall cousin Fantastic Fest - become one of the coolest festivals around. Where Sundance may launch the biggest independent films of the years, and places like Cannes and Toronto highlights the best in foreign films, and preview the film's big Oscar pictures, SXSW have carved a spot out as the one where you're going to...

Beautiful Second Trailer For 'Upstream Color'

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There are few filmmakers that are so incredibly dedicated to their project that they keep their hands in many parts of the process, from writing all the way down to the final cut. Some serve only as directors while others may try their hand at writing the script. Then there's folks like filmmaker Shane Carruth who not only write and direct, but edit, compose and even co-star in their own...

'Upstream Color' Trailer: The Return of Shane Carruth

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In 2004, Shane Carruth's Primer made its debut at Sundance, where it became a Cause célèbre as the little film that could. Shot for $7,000, and with a 2:1 or less shooting ratio, the film was an intricate puzzle box that rewarded multiple viewings as the pieces came together in what may be the most well thought out time travel film ever made. It's been eight years,...