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Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989) Directed by Rob Hedden The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) Directed by Frank Oz Though these aren't an official double-bill—they're screening mere days apart—it's fun to dream them together, especially in a mashup. Kermit crooning the irresistible “Together Again” over two dudes shooting dope in a nightfallen alley; Miss Piggy with tattoos marking where her internal organs are, attempting to seduce Dabney Coleman; a rollicking Broadway baby of a...
Coming Apart (1969) Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg Imagine, crazy as it sounds, David of David Holzman’s Diary as a middle-aged psychiatrist instead of a young filmmaker, and you sort of get the idea. Exploiting the power of his profession, Joe (Rip Torn) flirts, seduces, and sleeps with a number of women—patients, acquaintances, strangers—in a friend’s cozy Manhattan office. Unbeknownst to them, he secretly films all of his encounters. Coming Apart completely consists of these hidden-camera...
Who’s Crazy? (1966) Directed by Thomas White A bus of insane asylum inmates breaks down in a frothy snow-blistered farmland. The inmates easily escape the bus by means of histrionic hilarity. They’re played by actors from the Living Theatre, known at the time for not only breaking the fourth wall, but also living it, and living it they do... The inmates break into a Belgian farmhouse where they engage in a variety of untainted ritualistic activities...
Horror is a celebrated genre in Asian countries like Japan and Korea, but only recently has it begun to creep into other regions of the continent (Israeli horror is the new zeitgeist, for example). Iran has a tiny handful of horror films to its name, but in recent years, filmmakers in Iran and the diaspora have experimented more with the genre, like the artful and morose A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,...

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