Written by Alexander Reams "...set his greatest film in Germany, at a dance school that American Suzy (Jessica Harper) was recently accepted to and she happens to move in on quite possibly the rainiest day the country has ever seen. … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. With “Dark Glasses,” Italian horror legend Dario Argento is less interested in redrawing the lines of giallo than in coloring within them. Pulpy and to the point, the movie … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "“She Will” stars Alice Krige as a washed-up film star who goes on a rural retreat with her nurse where she experiences witchcraft-like visions that force her to confront her past. Also, starring..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Gaspar lives in the smashing of the toy cars by Kiki on the table, the swirl of shit, pills, and paper in the clogged toilet, the wheezing gasps of Argento’s Lui, the isolation and haunted confusion … Continue reading.
“When I was young, I believed in three things: Marxism, the redemptive power of cinema, and dynamite. Now I just believe in dynamite.”Sergio Leone Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | YouTube … Continue reading.
I really hate the creature film convention that says you have to wait until the end to see the monster. One hour and all you've seen is just the tip of the creature's tail.Bong Joon-ho Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox … Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson 85/100 By ditching the phantasmagoric color that animated Argento's beloved classic and foregrounding the political turmoil of late 1970s Germany, Guadagnino steeps his reimagining of Suspiria in reality, only to send it dancing into the depths of a … Continue reading.