My schedule has been all cattywampus lately because of getting ready for Fantastic Fest, and then going to Fantastic Fest, and then recovering from Fantastic Fest. Some columns haven’t been running on their regular schedule, which is normally the very model of precision and discipline. But things should be back to normal this week — so dry those tears, buckaroo!
Fantastic Fest was an absurd amount of fun. Most of the movies I saw were good or at least good-ish, and it was great to see so many friends and meet new people who used to exist only on the Internet.
NEW MOVIE REVIEWS:
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Eric’s Bad Movies: “Molly” (1999), starring Elisabeth Shue as a mentally retarded woman who gets smart(er). [Film.com]
What’s the Big Deal?: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” (1966), a masterpiece of marital loathing. [Film.com]
Star Wars on Blu-ray: It’s time to move past anger and into acceptance. [Film.com]
My Fantastic Fest reviews. [Film.com]
A Proper Gentleman from 19th Century England Reacts to Seeing “Human Centipede 2” [Movies.com]
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MY OTHER STUFF:
Snide Remarks: “Jews Your Words Carefully” — A dumb girl gets the wrong impression
In the Dark: Subscribe to this weekly e-mail and get all the latest movie reviews, DVD releases, and other pertinent info delivered to your electronic mailbox. [Eric D. Snider’s In the Dark]
Where tweets come from. [Twitter]