Author and journalist Robert K. Elder has written two books featuring interviews with film directors: “The Film that Changed My Life“, and his newly released “The Best Film You’ve Never Seen“. In the former,...
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Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) is a film with a reputation befitting a place like Las Vegas, yet beyond the glitz and glam is a film with substance and craftsmanship of the highest quality.
The new Werner Herzog movie, the new Godzilla movie, and a couple of surprising foreign dramedies — it’s our final report from Fantastic Fest 2016!
I’ll bet you’ve never even noticed when a character in a movie is chewing gum. But once you start looking for it, it’s everywhere, and it can be a key to deeper understanding. No, seriously. Hear me out.
As you know, big things have small beginnings. Let’s take a look at the best of the very earliest of cinema from 110 and 120 (!) years ago, and see how the origins of film began to take shape.
SPECTRE reimagined Bond’s archnemesis and made us rethink the way we watch 007. Our suggested viewing order fixes continuity problems old and new.
A visit to LORD OF THE RINGS filming locations in New Zealand is a pilgrimage to Middle Earth and a crash course in movie magic.
Welcome to the latest installment of Flickchart Road Trip, in which I’m starting in Los Angeles and “driving” across country, watching one movie from each state and posting about it once a week. The new...