In “John Wick,” Keanu Reeves is the action hero for everybody. He has the overwhelming bloodlust of Mel Gibson in “Mad Max,” the surprising vengefulness of Uma Thurman in “Kill Bill” and the brooding professionalism of Liam Neeson in “Taken.” Like the protagonists in all of the aforementioned films, Reeves’ title character goes on an unbridled campaign to get what he wants. More »

UCLA alumnus and former Bruin baseball player Bobby Roe recently released his directorial debut "The Houses October Built," a horror film that follows five protagonists looking for the most extreme haunted houses.
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After spending four years pitching on the mound for UCLA baseball, alumnus Bobby Roe finally completed a pitch of a different kind – one that landed him his directorial debut for the movie “The Houses October Built.” Roe’s film blurs the line between what’s real and fiction by splicing real footage of the actors’ visiting actual haunted houses with enacted scenes. More »

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Through a mildly bizarre world – both dysfunctional yet perfectly credible – director Gregg Araki creates a family trapped between yearning and truth. Based on the book by Laura Kasischke, “White Bird in a Blizzard” is a coming-of-age story about Kat Conner (Shailene Woodley), a girl growing up in the 1980s. More »

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