On Friday, I’ll be introducing Criminally Ignored, a new column dedicated to great films that either received no theatrical or barely there theatrical releases. While this sounds like a wide net I’m casting, the idea is to narrow things down by focusing on movies that no one saw and have failed to become cult favorites on home video. For example, as much as I enjoy the movie Idiocracy, it’s found an appreciative audience on DVD. Instead, the first film I’ll cover will be Larry Fessenden’s brilliant eco-horror flick The Last Winter, a film that was ignored in its brief theatrical run and has somehow failed to find an audience despite its topical subject matter and great execution.
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