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“Goodfellas” Restoration Comes to KC for One Night Only

By Johnny Szlauderbach / October 14th, 2015 / 0 Comments

GOODFELLAS GETS “MADE” FOR 25th ANNIVERSARY RESTORATION Somewhere in the muted-palate slog of Black Mass is a compelling story of an unlikely and twisted alliance: at one point in the movie’s interminable runtime, crime-boss Whitey Bulger cozies up to his FBI handles dinner with his FBI handlers. Chewing the best steak he’s ever eaten, he…

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Halloween Roundup

By Johnny Szlauderbach / October 9th, 2015 / 0 Comments

Urban legend has it that one of the first examples of a movie famously—and apocryphally—provoked mass panic when its audience thought the train would storm through the screen and barrel into the theater. Sitting in the dark, comforted and disturbed by the difference and similarity between watching and participating, there’s something inherently frightening in the…

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