Thursday, March 27, 2008

Loves Bites

Posted By on Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 10:51 AM

Starting Friday at the Loft Cinema: Teeth, a horrific exploration of vagina dentata.

James DiGiovanna says: "Teeth is not the most politically correct thing out there (that'd be the upcoming Hostel III: Hotel of Inter-Racial Healing), but it's smarter, funnier and better-looking than at least two of the three remaining mainstream presidential candidates."

Plus: 80 percent over at Rotten Tomatoes: "Writer-director Mitchell Lichtenstein’s feature debut is a horror comedy combining elements of atom-age 1950s horror films with mythology and feminist theory. The result is a smart, sassy B-movie satire--funny, gross, and with a high squirm factor."

In other Loft news: You've still got time to see Blade Runner: The Final Cut on that marvelous big screen. The one-week run has been extended, according the Loft's Web page. Saw it earlier this week and it was gorgeous.

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