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We bring you the very best of NYC's alternative movie screenings
This year's edition will close with back-to-back screenings of The Godfather and The Godfather: Part II
The Quad has announced its reopening after undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation
We're on King Kong's home turf for a reboot that brings the stomp but skimps on heart
TV’s celebrated soviet spies talk THAT Meryl Streep speech and loving Brooklyn
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Kristen Stewart is excellent in Olivier Assayas's magnificently unconventional Paris-set ghost story.
A horror movie that short-circuits its audiences, this vicious, unmissable breakthrough is about a young veterinarian-in-training who becomes a cannibal.
Bruising, adult and infused with a sophisticated sense of guilt, the send-off to Hugh Jackman’s beloved antihero doesn’t feel like a Marvel movie at all—and that’s what we love about it.
Director Gore Verbinski brews impressive atmosphere for this unsettling, magnificently weird tale of spa-based horror.
A little plastic bat fights the forces of evil in this hilarious comic-book pastiche.
Civilization is overrun by chomping death, but this unusually thoughtful zombie movie demonstrates plenty of life.
Movies: They're only improved by cocktails—especially themed ones. So get your drink on, as well as your film geekery, at NYLO Hotel (2178 Broadway at 77th...
It's hard to believe that a filmmaker as radical as Luis Buñuel—a surrealist who sliced up eyeballs and also got Oscar nominations—once walked the earth. All...
Robert De Niro has done a world of good with his Tribeca Film Festival—the least of which is use it as a platform for high-profile screenings of his most...
From its beginnings in 1972, Greenwich Village's Quad Cinema (34 W 13th St) has been a big deal for art-house connoisseurs. It was NYC's first multiplex,...