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RIP Bill Paxton
Exclusive interview with Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya
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New Alien: Covenant image
Annette O'Toole talks IT
Two new posters for Twin Peaks revivial
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One of the things that the movie has going for it is a constant juxtaposition between violence and comedy. Now neither is handled particularly well, but playing the two off each other creates a freak show atmosphere that is surprisingly fun to watch.
Perhaps the most impressive part of LHOTL is that it doesn't really suffer from many slow spots. The pacing is assured and swift coming from first time director Wes Craven. Beyond that you've got a piece of cinematic history here that no doubt features in the nightmares of many, but for new viewers will be little more than an above average curiosity.
Audio: Dolby Digital Audio
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