Arts

Prolific out filmmaker David DeCoteau has two movies out on DVD this month — “The Pit and the Pendulum,” his latest queer re-imagining/adaptation of an Edgar Allan Poe story (after “The Raven” and “The House of Usher”), and “Brotherhood V: Alumni,” the newest installment of another series he helms.

Given that “Theater District” was written by Richard Kramer, whose credits include “thirty-something” and “My So-Called Life,” it’s no surprise that the story involves a teenager trying to navigate life among a colorful, if somewhat dysfunctional, cast of characters.

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