Look at the faces on you, ya ding-a-lings! Double Take flies over the Cuckoo's Nest this week. Medication time, everyone.
Although Old Hollywood tried its darnedest to shoehorn great African-American performers as secondary players, in the otherwise blasé Irene, those players steal the show.
This past week, two trailers dropped for a pair of the most highly anticipated films of the next year. In the end, only one truly triumphed.
With the birth of home video, filmmakers have been able to tinker with their vision. Here are ten examples, however, of where their original endings were changed before said movies were released.
Double Take looks at the men, the machine, the Moloch, the maiden, the master, and Metropolis as we attempt to find the intermediary heart between the Expressionism and politics.
When Mark of the Devil was released, audiences were required to bring vomit bags into the theatre. That warning wasn't without reason.
Not every filmmaker gets a chance to make their career as a director. Here are ten individuals who tried, and then never sat behind the lens again.
David Lynch is one of the most beloved directors in the world. He's also an expert at letting his fanbase down.
There's what's right, and there's what's right, and never the twain shall meet. Double Take tries to meet in the middle of Raising Arizona, which was released this week 28 years ago.
Milestone Cinematheque lives up to its name with a jaw-droppingly sharp restoration of Shirley Clarke's The Connection.