Dividing the auteurist from the average hedonist.
Double Take climbs on the bus to who knows where: Swimming pools? Hotel rooms? Plastics? Scarborough Fair? The Graduate was '60s gold. How well does it seduce us today?
This ain't a good flick, but you sure can stare at it; it's zippy and lumbering at the same time.
Suburban comedy as middle-class malaise.
Director Cornel Wilde was drawn to rugged, violent themes in which his directing style was vigorous and confident. And he kept his shirt off.
Foreign Intrigue is a continual pleasure to the eye, shot in various locales of mid-'50s Europe with creamy colors and elegant camera moves by Bertil Palmgren.
Which are the best heart-pounding action films that lean towards the left of our political spectrum?
When Boris Met Christopher, and Barbara Got Green.
A dream or collective memory mediated by dying nitrate into a mournful musical space.
The Sadistic Baron Von Klaus and The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein illustrate what bad things can happen when you have too much time on your hands.