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06.13.09
7 p.m.

It Came from Kuchar

By Julie Seabaugh

For such colorful subject matter—twin underground filmmaking legends George and Mike Kuchar—former George pupil Jennifer Kroot presents a surprisingly straightforward and nearly subdued documentary portrait. Read more...

06.13.09
6:48 p.m.

Patriotville

By Tasha Chemplavil

Patriotville’s economy is suffering. Not even the train bothers to visit anymore. So Patriotville’s Mayor Fishback (Corddry) decides to build a casino on the town’s famed battleground site. Read more...

06.13.09
1:38 p.m.

Stingray Sam

By T.R. Witcher

Stingray Sam follows the titular character, a two-bit cowboy lounge singer on the planet Mars, and his buddy, the Quasar Kid, as they rocket across the galaxy trying to save a kidnapped girl. Read more...

06.13.09
1:28 p.m.

Black Dynamite

By Benjamin Spacek

When The Man kills his brother, floods the local orphanage with smack and slips an insidious penis-shrinking drug into the malt liquor supply, it’s up to Black Dynamite to put things right. Read more...

06.13.09
1:20 p.m.

All In: The Poker Movie

By Julie Seabaugh

Addiction, ethics and the law? Check? A peek inside a card factory? Naturally. Housewives in church halls? But of course. Read more...

06.13.09
1:12 p.m.

Harmony and Me

By Ken Miller

There’s a gentle sweetness—and some genuine laughs—at the heart of this rambling look at a failed relationship, but ultimately viewers are likely to leave wondering what the hell they just watched. Read more...

06.13.09
1:07 p.m.

Easier with Practice

By Benjamin Spacek

One night in a motel room, the phone rings. An unsuspecting Davy picks it up and is confronted with the sexy voice of an audacious woman who immediately propositions him for phone sex. Read more...

06.13.09
12:57 p.m.

Impolex

By Julie Seabaugh

There’s a lot about this trippy, reverse-reveal of a World War II period piece that’s lost in the woods. Read more...

06.13.09
12:52 p.m.

In the Loop

By Benjamin Spacek

An ill-received quote from a bumbling British official (“War is unforeseeable”) gets blown out of proportion and sets off a chain reaction within the halls of both the U.K. and U.S. governments. Read more...

06.13.09
12:49 p.m.

Sea of Darkness

By Julie Seabaugh

Don’t mistake this for a mere movie about surfing. The twisted ode to ocean idyllism also showcases drug smuggling, foiled kidnapping, the Quiksilver company, retired pirates, Bill Murray, salvaged chinaware and trained ants. Read more...

06.13.09
12:44 p.m.

Vegas: Based on a True Story

By Julie Seabaugh

Despite the title, Vegas isn’t really about Vegas. It’s about the personal yen to drink, smoke and take shortcuts, and about gullibility and addiction and obsession. Read more...

06.13.09
12:41 p.m.

Daylight

By Josh Bell

If you’re in a movie, it’s always a bad idea to pick up a hitchhiker in the middle of nowhere. Read more...

06.13.09
12:36 p.m.

(500) Days of Summer

By Josh Bell

“This is not a love story,” declares the arch omniscient narrator at the outset, but really it is, just not the one it appears to be at first. Read more...

06.13.09
12:29 p.m.

Etienne!

By Julie Seabaugh

Ah, those nutty hipsters, what with their halting speech, their pinhole cameras and their single-minded missions to take their cancer-riddled dwarf hamsters on coastal bike tours of upstate California before they must be put to sleep. Read more...

06.12.09
12:24 p.m.

Beautiful Darling

By Julie Seabaugh

Beautiful Darling is gritty and original and, like its subject, “has an aura.” But it maintains distance and even pokes fun at the core dreamer. Read more...