Matthew Sorrento regularly contributes to the online magazine Film Threat and was recently (dis)honored by the LA Times as one of the
Unchartered Territory: The Making of an Icon in The James Stewart Western Collection | 12 Nov 2008 // 3:59 PM
As he headed westward in his films, a new, darker Jimmy Stewart helped redefine a genre.
Camping Out at the Graveyard | 26 Oct 2008 // 6:00 PM
When we relax and revel in the campy ghouls, our nerves are left fresh for the film’s terrifying bite; the last and sharpest of which comes at the searing downbeat ending.
Ossessione | 12 Feb 2009 // 2:59 PM
Il Postino Never Thinks Twice: On Visconti's Ossessione
Midnight Picnic by Nick Antosca | 9 Feb 2009 // 3:00 PM
Most authors won't kill a kid in their stories, and those who do will do it lightly, reaping all the pathos without having to deliver the scene.
Orange Flower Water: Luna Theater Company, Philadelphia | 8 Feb 2009 // 11:41 PM
By Craig Wright; Directed by Gregory Scott Campbell; Starring Damon Bonetti, Chris Fluck, Amanda Grove, and Janice Rowland
Classic Props Over Digiscreen in David Wood's James and the Giant Peach | 16 Jan 2009 // 2:55 AM
This may play like Dahl on Cliffnotes to the adults, but the brief running time and exaggerated set pieces fall right into the little ones' hands.