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OUT ON DVD: Love Never Dies; Loose Cannons, We Need To Talk About Kevin


With this week’s roundup, we welcome VOD—a.k.a. video-on-demand —titles to the party. This week it’s all about families: In Sexual Chronicles of a French Family, a frisky teen and his bisexual brother suddenly find that sex is no longer a taboo topic at home. A dinner-table coming out kicks off laughter and drama in the Italian import Loose Cannons. And Ezra Miller (above) is the creepy son from Hell in We Need to Talk About Kevin.

For theater queens, we’ve got Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom sequel, Love Never Dies, and Ralph Fiennes starring in and directing a modernized version of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus.

Plus, what would the column be without another David De Coteau title? (Leave snarky responses to that question in the comments section!)

FIRST: A coming-out gets hilariously upstaged in Loose Cannons

 

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3 Comments

  • Ron Jackson

    Would someone please tell David DeCoteau that he has NO Talent and needs to find a new line of work. This 1313 tripe is just embarrassing.

    Perhaps there is a twelve step program he can enroll in.

  • Gary Indiana

    @Ron Jackson: At least this one won’t be in that awful house.

  • Lefty

    1313 looks like the best of the lot, lol.

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