Zulawski's final film is a parody of romantic impulses.
In the early '60s, Hollywood was struggling to convey the idea that people now and then have sex.
There are moments that peek out from the general blandness of this film, moments that display artistry and the potential for something greater.
Making a film about juice cleansing doesn’t seem like the deepest mine of material, does it?
The best of this stuff'll kill you.
This bevy of B or Z horrors upclassed to Blu-ray will help you get scared the old-fashioned way.
This excellent satire is shot in long, elaborately staged takes where the camera alternately basks in claustrophobia or wanders all over the landscape.
On the Town: seminal in its use of on-location photography? Yes. The best remembered film musical for this reason? Yes. The first Hollywood musical to shoot this way?
One tends to watch this film open-mouthed in wonder at the forceful dialogue, the colorful imagery, and the sheer emotional punch of its women.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder is the whole show.