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The Devil's Backbone

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Pan's Labyrinth

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Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark

Things that go “Yawn” in the night Read more »

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Hellboy II: The Golden Army

While fun, Hellboy 2 brings del Toro too close to Hollywood sensibilities Read more »

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Hellboy

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Blade Ii

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Lord of the Rings follow-up is a flawed kids flick Read more »

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Cronicas

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Rudo y Cursi

As the title indicates, this one’s both Tough and Corny Read more »

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Mimic

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Guardians

Rise of The Guardians

Kids' action film has art, heart, smarts Read more »

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Abel

A sensitive narrative debut for actor turned director Diego Luna Read more »

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Timecrimes (Los Cronocrímenes)

Déjà vu Spanish Style Read more »

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Biutiful

Hang on, Javier Read more »

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Jane Eyre (2011)

Cary’s Labyrinth: Orphaned Emo’s impressive tale of woe Read more »

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The New Daughter

Hitting the genre traditions a little too hard Read more »

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The Skeptic

Overacting Tim Daly lacks the marquee strength to save a dull ghost story Read more »

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The Orphanage

Having escaped Pan’s Labyrinth, the genre enters The Orphanage Read more »

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21 Grams

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