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Ranking the Greats: The Films of David Fincher
With his latest film arriving October 3rd, it's time to put David Fincher and his efforts alongside the other cinematic greats to see where he stacks up, aesthetically speaking. [30.Sep.14]
An Interview with 'Two Faces of January' Writer-Director Hossein Amini
"There’s something about identity I think is very fascinating and the idea of people having secrets and I think we all have that in our life." [30.Sep.14]
'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' Remains the Ultimate Revisionist Western 40 Years Later
It opens with images of mortality and ends with a monster’s operatic dance with a chain saw under a deathly, brooding Texas sun—it’s about America, man. [30.Sep.14]
'Strange Lady in Town' Stresses the Importance of Women's Points of View
The movie's real point is its message about strong women, which makes it a surprisingly undated bit of relaxation that stresses female points of view. [30.Sep.14]
You May Not Get It, But David Lynch Knows What He's Doing in 'Eraserhead'
It takes 89 minutes to watch David Lynch's Eraserhead, but it could take 89 years to figure out what the hell it was that you just saw. [29.Sep.14]
Reviews
It opens with images of mortality and ends with a monster’s operatic dance with a chain saw under a deathly, brooding Texas sun—it’s about America, man. [29.Sep.14]
It takes 89 minutes to watch David Lynch's Eraserhead, but it could take 89 years to figure out what the hell it was that you just saw. [28.Sep.14]
As much as Robert (Denzel Washington) delivers action and melodramatic conventions, he also hints at another possibility entirely. [26.Sep.14]
Tracks explores the problem of authenticity, what it means, and who perceives it. [26.Sep.14]
If you follow your instincts and bolt at the start of this sturdy and bleak noir, you miss Tom Hardy creating a thing of beauty yet again [26.Sep.14]
A Brony Tale isn’t as fun as it should be, but it does manage to say a lot of interesting things about stereotypes and fandom. [25.Sep.14]
DVD Reviews
It opens with images of mortality and ends with a monster’s operatic dance with a chain saw under a deathly, brooding Texas sun—it’s about America, man. [29.Sep.14]
It takes 89 minutes to watch David Lynch's Eraserhead, but it could take 89 years to figure out what the hell it was that you just saw. [28.Sep.14]
Mixed Media
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"There’s something about identity I think is very fascinating and the idea of people having secrets and I think we all have that in our life." [29.Sep.14]
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]
Columns
Canon Fodder
The Party, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Juggernaut give us good clean fun about slavery and brothels. [24.Sep.14]
Stars in Our Eyes
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful. [15.Sep.14]
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