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Your Honor, We Object To Movie Clichés

Clichés exist for a reason. They are essentially repetitions of themes, of esthetically pleasing ideas and phrases that were at one time wise and powerful observations of the human condition.

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Who’s Playing The Organ?

With the Halloween season well upon us (in spite of all the Christmas displays at the various retail outlets), one of the most intriguing events has nothing to do with trick-or-treating, costume parties, or even zombies. more »

Oct 16, 2014 News & Notes

Prepare To Be Terrified...Again

Along with the crisp air and frost-covered grass, Chattanooga’s best film club and Chattanooga Film Festival partner Mise En Scenesters is returning for year four of the Frightening Ass Film Fest … more »

Oct 9, 2014 Screen

Macbeth Meets The Met

The Metropolitan Opera’s Emmy and Peabody Award-winning series of live performance transmissions returns to cinemas across the United States this fall with the ninth season of The Met: Live in HD. more »

Oct 9, 2014 News & Notes

Coo Coo Ca Choo, Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith’s latest film “Tusk” asks a very simple question: “Is man, indeed, a walrus at heart?” The answer is unequivocally, “No.” more »

Oct 2, 2014 Reviews

Cool Camp Chair Cinema

Outdoor Chattanooga and the Lookout Wild Film Festival team up once again to present a night of cinema under the stars Thursday at the Circle Amphitheater (on river level west of the picnic area) at the Northshore’s Renaissance Park. more »

Oct 2, 2014 News & Notes

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