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This Week In Film: The Stoner Detective, Javanese Vibes, And Exploding Heads

Wow it’s been a whole week since we brought you a list of films, which means it’s time for another list of movies screening this weekend and beyond. We’ve brought you a whole bunch of films that are a little more mind-blowing than you might be used to– apparently there are some seriously mystical vibes in the moving image stratosphere right now.
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Film This Week: Ice-Cold Club Kids, Xmas Horror, and Rare Glimpses of Vaudeville

Sup guys? Darkness reigns right now, so instead of pining away for the sun when it sets just two hours after freaking lunch, forget about it. Embrace the season of death by spending it far, far away from things that are a reminder you’re stuck on planet Earth till (real) death do y’all part. The best way to do that, in our opinion, is to get to a cinema theater.
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Film This Week: Post-Apocalyptic Brooklyn, Cruising, and IRL Woody Allen

Hey guys, not sure if you’re aware but tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means you’re either stuck with family, flying solo, or awkwardly tagging along with your significant other’s fam. Either way, it’s going to be hell. We really can’t emphasize enough how essential it is to get yourself to a movie theater this holiday weekend. No matter what awful scenario you’ve found yourself in, we’ve got a film for you.
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Now Showing: Iranian Vampires, ‘Shape-Shifting Fetus Eaters,’ Bill Murray Returns


Hey there! Are you going to the movies this weekend? If not, you should definitely reconsider because there are some fantastic movies out right now. Seriously, go see them before we are bombarded with Big Hollywood holiday season bull butt.
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Now Showing: Tea And Crumpets Horror, Patti Smith Finds God, OG East Village

Oh boy! There’s a lot of film stuffs happening this week. Here’s our list of what’s worth seeing.
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Now Showing: Squatters, Urban Farmers, and Kids With Machine Guns

Halloween hangover? We’ve got a cure for you– one horror film serves as your hair of the dog, and one kidsploitation flick will loosen you up before a few buckets of cold water bring you back to reality.
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‘John’s of 12th Street’ Portrays Restaurant Life Sans Gordon Ramsay Hissy Fits

Last month during a taping of Knight Fight at The Gorbals, chef Ilan Hall faced off against Northern Spy Food Co.’s Pete Lipson. In the dining room above the Urban Outfitters store, feverish foodies ooed and ahead on cue as Hall revealed the night’s mystery ingredients. I can’t tell you more, because immediately upon arriving at the taping I beat a hasty retreat to Space Ninety 8’s rooftop bar where I hid out for the rest of the night.
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Ponder ‘White People Having Brunch’ at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival

First Julian Casablancas told GQ that he left New York because of he was sick of “white people having brunch,” then the Times opined that “bunch is for jerks,” and finally Grub Street insisted it was time to shut up about brunch. But before that can happen, a new short, The Brunchers, will play at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival. 
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A Bushwick-East Village Cyber Dating Movie Premieres IRL

Back in March, we caught The Heart Machine at South by Southwest. Since then, the psychological thriller about a cyber relationship between a Bushwick boy (played by John Gallagher, Jr., aka Jim from The Newsroom) and a woman who may or may not actually live in Berlin (think of this as Gone Girl for the Tecate set) made Complex’s list of fall’s most anticipated movies.
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Sandanistas A Decade Later, Shanghai Of Yore, And Old Country Punks

We’ve made a list of films worth checking out this week, because you definitely don’t need another person to tell you to go see Birdman.
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