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Anatomy of a Gay Bashing, Part 2
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Anatomy of a Gay Bashing, Part 1
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Guess Who's Coming to Terrorize Your Night
UT alum Bryan Bertino's nerve-shattering debut, 'The Strangers'

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The Greatest Gift
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Actual Innocence
Austinite wrongfully convicted for a decade-old school prank hopes to clear his name

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A Lesson in Gender Fluidity: I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
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Strength in Numbers
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The Insider: Beatle Bob
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Bob Bursey Takes Over Texas Performing Arts
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DVDanger: Vanish
Bryan Bockbrader takes the sealed-bottle drama on the road

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Know Your Enemy: Oklahoma City
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A Certain Ringing in the Ears
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