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Topic: john landis

Burke and Hare

Serial killers turn slapstick for director John Landis’ return.


Rod Lott
I have missed seeing the work of John Landis on the big screen. Once a can’t-miss comedy director — “National Lampoon’s Animal House,” “Trading Places,” “An American Werewolf in London” — he hasn’t had a film open wide since the deserved bombing of 1998’s dismal “Blues Brothers 2000.”
Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Some Guy Who Kills People

Some movie that’s better than it sounds.


Rod Lott
You hear a title like Some Guy Who Kills People and think, "Is that all the energy and enthusiasm they can muster?" Well, this little thriller is a surprise, all underpromising and overdelivering, mostly due to a deft performance by '90s indie-film mainstay Kevin Corrigan (The Dictator).
Tuesday, July 17, 2012