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  1. Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (Dod Sno 2): Sundance Review

    11:04 pm 1/21/2014

    Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola brings the hordes of Nazi zombies for part two of the B-movie series after his U.S. adventure "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters."Read more

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  2. The Trip to Italy: Sundance Review

    7:49 pm 1/21/2014

    Michael Winterbottom reunites Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon for another laugh-packed foodie tour.Read more

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  3. HitRecord on TV: Sundance Review

    6:14 pm 1/21/2014

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt recruits a world full of aspiring creatives in a scrappy new TV show.Read more

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  4. Private Violence: Sundance Review

    5:35 pm 1/21/2014

    Cynthia Hill follows a North Carolina domestic-abuse-center worker on challenging cases.Read more

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  5. Fireside Chats: Richard Linklater Reveals Why 'Boyhood' Took 12 Years to Film

    5:06 pm 1/21/2014

    "I was trying to write something about childhood and I couldn't pick one moment, so I had this idea," says Linklater. "I kind of wanted to bite off the whole thing -- childhood." The film was shot in 39 days over the course of 12 years, chronicling one boy's childhood. Read more

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  6. The Babadook: Sundance Review

    4:45 pm 1/21/2014

    The oddest-sounding title at Sundance turns out to be a gruesome treat in talented Australian director Jennifer Kent’s child-in-peril Midnight entry starring Essie Davis.Read more

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  7. Fireside Chats: 'What We Do in the Shadows' Stars on Why Pitt, Cruise Are 'Vampire-esque'

    4:43 pm 1/21/2014

    Writing and directing team Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi introduce their new comedy about vampires trying to exist in the modern world.Read more

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  8. Fireside Chats: Anne Hathaway Reveals She Keeps Her Oscar Statue Under Harry Potter

    4:19 pm 1/21/2014

    The "Song One" actress tells THR her big award is hidden away in a place only visible once the viewer is upon it, while her costar Mary Steenburgen says "I keep mine very close to my husband's [Ted Danson] Emmys, just in case they get uppity." Read more

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  9. The Disobedient: Sundance Review

    4:13 pm 1/21/2014

    Beautifully-shot Serbian scenery and stunning cinematography can't save this dragging, directionless drama.Read more

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  10. Sundance: 'I Origins' Wins Alfred P. Sloan Prize

    4:00 pm 1/21/2014

    The film about a molecular biologist, which has been acquired by Fox Searchlight, received the award given to a film that spotlights science and technology.Read more

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