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Exhumed Films celebrates B-movie favorites

An “exploitation film” is defined as a motion picture that promotes elements such as sex, violence, gross-out gags, drug use, and the flat out unusual to get moviegoers into theaters.

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Dan Savage’s HUMP! Heads to Philly

Prepare for an excitable night of homegrown porn.

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The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival returns

The Philadelphia Independent Film Festival will feature its usual mixture of thoughtful documentaries, introspective dramas, and inventive short films.

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PW tries to talk to the stars of “Keanu” at Le Cat Cafe

Fresh out of a screening of Keanu, PW headed to Le Cat Cafe for a media junket with Jordan Peele and Method Man. This is what happened…

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Philly’s annual Cinedelphia Film Festival is this week

Der Bunker is a strange fairy tale about a student who ends up lodging with a peculiar family.

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Spring Guide 2016: Blockbuster and indie flicks hitting the big screen

The spring movie season is a tricky and versatile beast. It has the unfortunate task of coming before the most enjoyable period for film: summer. However, the movies that are gracing the silver screen this spring, may be the beginning of the rainy season standing toe-to-toe with summer.  

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Kiefer Sutherland swaps his agent badge for a cowboy hat in “Forsaken”

Forsaken marks the first time that Kiefer and Donald Sutherland play father and son on the big screen.

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Philadelphia’s Jewish and Asian American film fests start soon

The Gershman Y is presenting their annual fest for the 35th year, with the lofty aim of “[perpetuating] Jewish values, culture and history through the medium of film

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Impossibly charismatic Michael Fassbender soars in “Steve Jobs”

This Danny Doyle-directed, Aaron Sorkin-penned bravura piece of cinema is a definite best-of-the-year contender.

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111 films in 11 days: The Philadelphia Film Festival

Fall’s premiere moviefest gathers greats for well-deserved tributes, with feasts for the eyes onscreen.

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