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'Queen Margot' Is a History That Only Goes Downhill
Patrice Chéreau's multiple César winning film receives a lavish 20th anniversary edition from Cohen. [17.Sep.14]
Gdynia Film Festival Day 1: Deluge Redivivus / Polish Shit
Love, war and other crap at the Gdynia Film Festival, Poland's largest and most prestigious showcase for its national cinema. [17.Sep.14]
The Power of Body Language: Michelle Yeoh, Action Cinema's First Lady
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful. [16.Sep.14]
The 10 Best Body Horror Films of All Time
From hangnails to horrific diseases, infections to amputations and all in between, here are 10 fright flicks that get the biology unbound right. [16.Sep.14]
Juliette of the Spirits: An Interview with Kelly & Cal's Leading Lady Juliette Lewis
Despite years of wonderful work, it’s taken Juliette Lewis almost two decades to land her first flat-out great leading role: Kelly & Cal. [16.Sep.14]
Reviews
Patrice Chéreau's multiple César winning film receives a lavish 20th anniversary edition from Cohen. [16.Sep.14]
Circle the Wagen begins with the end in mind, and suffers as a result. [15.Sep.14]
Silly sexual politics prevent this film from being a bona fide classic. [15.Sep.14]
This, of course, is how such concoctions work: all supporting players tell you something about the original squabbling family members, and each of these tells you something about the primary family member. [16.Sep.14]
This reboot is a pretty pedestrian affair, managing to pull out all the tropes you've come to expect from monster movies without offering anything new. [14.Sep.14]
In Last Days in Vietnam, archival footage is both thrilling and heartbreaking, at once emblematic of the broader saga of so many mistakes set against so many heroic efforts. [15.Sep.14]
DVD Reviews
Patrice Chéreau's multiple César winning film receives a lavish 20th anniversary edition from Cohen. [16.Sep.14]
Circle the Wagen begins with the end in mind, and suffers as a result. [15.Sep.14]
Mixed Media
Features
Despite years of wonderful work, it’s taken Juliette Lewis almost two decades to land her first flat-out great leading role: Kelly & Cal. [16.Sep.14]
For fans of everything from the truly buzz-worthy (Terry Gilliam) to that found footage trope yet again (Casey La Scala), this warm-up to the end of the year awards has you covered. [05.Sep.14]
Columns
Stars in Our Eyes
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful. [15.Sep.14]
Subaltern Talkies
Fed up with the empty rhetoric of utopian ideology and highfalutin discourse, the new generation of filmmakers take their frustrations out on the grand narratives of Tamil cinema. [12.Sep.14]
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