Neverending Nightmares purports to give the player the experience of suffering mental health problems like depression.
There’s an explicit current of self-loathing running through this amazing collection of films.
Zombie understands horror as an aural-visual experience that should gnaw at the nerves.
Luchino Visconti’s The Leopard is quite simply the most lavish historical epic ever captured on celluloid.
The apolitical nature of Incendies is strangely more irksome than the film’s tempestuous and highly controversial final twist.
It’s always a bad idea to argue with the Master.
Shelley Duvall is one of the weirdest and most beguiling performers to ever find regular work in movies.
Garrett Brown might be the most influential filmmaker that the moviegoing public hasn’t heard of.
It’s become an industry workhorse—a miracle of modern science, no doubt. But in 1991, Mamet distrusted it—not because he was any sort of Luddite, but because he thought the Steadicam encouraged lazy filmmaking.