The War in Iraq is destined to leave yet another battle-weary scar on a nation finally recuperating from the one it received three decades before.
While turkeys and the resulting leftovers are still two months away, your premium pay cable channels think the weekend of 22 September is theatrical Thanksgiving. They’
The glamorization of crime has as much to do with the mob as it does the movies. Because of its strictures that exist outside the
There is perhaps no more detail-oriented director than Roman Polanski. All his films, from his initial landmark productions to his later misguided efforts, have concentrated
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, is currently playing on select dates around the country. The next screening will take place on 21 September, 2007 at the Loft Cinema in Tuscon, AZ. More information can be found by clicking here Troma titan Lloyd Kaufman will be there, in person, and there’s a chance to “Win a Date” with the noted director (along with actress Elske McCain. Addition rules of the contest can be seen by clicking
For the formerly famous or once noted, the decision on how best to promote a comeback is complicated at best. Do you rely solely on
They were supposed to be the saving grace of cinema, the cyberspace tastemakers that provided insight into what would be a hit come theatrical release
Back before Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson unleashed Scream on an unsuspecting genre public, no one would have fathomed linking fear and funny business together.
Sometimes, as a critic, you’re stuck for a motive. You work your brain around the history of cinema, and while potential reasons seem to
They don’t call them ‘the formative years’ for nothing. Our past constantly crashes into the present reminding us of the many reasons we become