A 1993 miniseries that was never as weird or revolutionary as the “psychedelic dossier filled with borrowed moonlight from a floating world” it purported to be
By now TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN, the Showtime shepherded follow-up to 1990-91’s TWIN PEAKS, has been analyzed from every conceivable standpoint
A mind-boggler par excellence, courtesy of Dedalus, who can always be counted on to dig up fascinating Euro-obscurities
A product of the late 1960s French avant-garde, marked by decadence, surrealism and a loose reworking of THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME
Quite simply one of the weirdest, most confounding movies of all time!
One has to admire a novel as perversely uncommercial as THE SECRET SERVICE
This sprawling novel was intended as a “temporary farewell” to the supernatural fare with which author Peter Straub had made his fortune
Here it is, the first installment of my “Bedlam in Print” overview of the previous year’s publishing output.
Welcome to the first installment of my “Year in Bedlam” end-of-the-year movie rankings.
An oddity from Quebec that warrants a recommendation, if for no other reason than the fact that it’s so insanely inventive