FOR MADMEN ONLY – Review by Leslie Combemale

For comedy nerds, those who stand in front of a crowd and those that applaud them, For Madmen Only is a fascinating look at an unsung (and often unhinged) hero of improvisation. Delivered creatively, it achieves a good balance of honesty and respect for an innovator who, through his work, has helped many achieve their dreams of stardom, and in so doing, has made the world a funnier place.

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THINGS HEARD & SEEN – Review by Maitland McDonagh

A smartly spooky movie in which the true monsters are all too real, husband-and-wife team Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini’s adaptation of Elizabeth Brundage’s All Things Cease to Appear, is driven by a haunting whose nature is tantalizingly unclear.

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