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Black Coal, Thin Ice

Directed by Diao Yinan

Haunted by a botched police investigation five years earlier, former policeman Zhang has retired to a distant mining town in

The Zigzag Kid

Directed by Vincent Bal

The Zigzag Kid is a stylish, witty, action-packed caper à la The Pink Panther that also touches on more serious

Alois Nebel

Directed by Tomáš Luňák

Based on the graphic novel trilogy by Jaroslav Rudiš and Jaromír Svejdík, this superbly atmospheric rotoscope animation employs noirish black-and-white

The Lodger

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Hitchcock called his third feature “the first true Hitchcock movie.” His first foray into the thriller genre, THE LODGER introduced

M

Directed by Fritz Lang

Featuring a new digital restoration by the Munich Film Archive, M is one of the most influential films in the

Supernatural

Directed by Victor Halperin

On the strength of their independent horror film WHITE ZOMBIE, a freak success in 1932, Victor and Edward Halperin landed

Double Door

Directed by Charles Vidor

New Yorkers who flocked in the fall of 1933 to see Elizabeth McFadden’s play Double Door knew it was inspired by Manhattan’s

3 Women

Directed by Robert Altman

3 Women is often under-appreciated among Altman’s films, yet it remains one of his most fascinating. Shelly Duvall was nominated

L’Avventura

Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

Antonioni’s meditation on meaning in modern existence remains an obligatory experience in existential cinema-going. On a yachting trip off Sicily,

On Dangerous Ground

Directed by Nicholas Ray

Injecting atmosphere and detailed character development to an already very strong script by A.I. Bezzerides, Robert Ryan stars as Jim

In a Lonely Place

Directed by Nicholas Ray

In this second of two collaborations with Humphrey Bogart, Ray portrays the murderous side of the movie business, Bogart starring

Strangers on a Train

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Tennis pro Guy Haines is in a bad marriage when he’s approached by a perfect stranger, Bruno (Robert Walker), who