Monstrosity, terror, and horror all correspond in some way to chaos in its old-fashioned sense and with chaos in its scientific sense.
Greven’s analysis is fluid and detailed, while excavating exhilarating thematic linkages between all filmmakers.
Yesterday’s Oscar nominations came with major snubs, but it certainly wasn’t the first time the Academy stuck it to likely contenders.
The following list is no doubt an expression of my personal tastes and knowledge about film, and perhaps even a statement about how I approach life.
At the risk of milking a joke whose teets have been sore for weeks, The Artist’s musical score will do just fine without Kim Novak’s vote.
David Lynch is a filmmaker who has haunted my mind since the first moment I saw one of his films.
It’s always a bad idea to argue with the Master.
De Palma translates Ellroy’s dick-swinging dialectics into his own, decidedly more sensitive aesthetic.
When people speak of Hitchcock, they usually refer to the Master of Suspense’s movies.