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Footage Surfaces of Morrissey's Alleged Airport Security Sexual Assault

Oct 8
Gawker obtained footage of Morrissey's alleged sexual assault incident at San Francisco International Airport from earlier this year.

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Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Spy

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 9
Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne and Jason Statham should all be considered for year-end awards. "Spy" is high among the year's best comedies.

Cinema Review :: The Final Girls

By Kevin Taft | Oct 9
The best skewering of the horror genre since "Scream," the hilarious "The Final Girls" deserves to become a huge horror/comedy hit, if not a future cult classic.

Cinema Review :: 99 Homes

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
"99 homes" offers a pair of superb performances by Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield, who play characters on opposite ends of the recent market crash and its consequences.

Cinema Review :: Big Stone Gap

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
This film plays out with a wonderful list of colorful characters that at first seem that they are right out of a Robert Altman movie, but you soon realize that they would easily fit into a Christopher Guest farce, too.

Cinema Review :: Pan

By Kevin Taft | Oct 9
A wonderfully inventive, Spielbergian adventure that doesn't steer the boat in new directions thematically, but has enough eye-catching whimsy you can't help but be entertained.

Cinema Review :: Trash

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9
This spirited thriller about a group of Brazilian teens racing to crack a code -- and a case of police corruption -- may not be realistic, but it has the zest and spirit of movies like "Slumdog Millionaire."

Cinema Review :: Portrait Of A Serial Monogamist

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 9
This John Mitchell and Christina Zeidler written and directed comedy is something of a lesbian "Trainwreck," if you will, North of the border.

Cinema Review :: Victoria

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Oct 9
In "Victoria," a young woman in limbo offers herself up to a group of smooth-talking thugs and finds that the romance of a life of crime quickly spirals into an inferno that there's no climbing out of.

Cinema Review :: Reel in the Closet

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 9
"Reel in the Closet" is more than history preserved. It possesses an aura of family rediscovered. As introductory text notes, this body of amateur cinema is, collectively, "the home movie of an entire community."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Summer

By Dale Reynolds | Oct 8
Teenage Anna is stifling under the yoke of her conservative Dutch town, in summer heat, with nothing to do, until she meets Lena, a wild motorcycling free-spirit who brings out Anna's natural feelings.

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