Here we have the most controversial film of 2017, a modest black and white comedy that seemingly overnight went from being one of the year’s most anticipated releases to one of its most reviled
Here we have the latest installment of my Look Back in Bedlam end-of-the-year overview of topics that are of particular interest to this site–and Bedlam, it turns out, was indeed the word for 2017
A must-own for films nerds everywhere, this is a joint memoir by the notorious Kuchar brothers
The untimely demise of film director Jonathan Demme on April 26, 2017 has inspired a number of obituaries. All, unsurprisingly, have been downright orgasmic about his accomplishments.
What do ILL-GOTTEN GAINS, a little-seen black and white indie, and CLAUDE’S CRIB, a short-lived USA Network sitcom, have in common?
One of the most interesting independent films of the 00s, a severely uncompromising depiction of despair and desperation in an American suburb
One of the more unique films made from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, a silent movie based on one of the maestro’s most famous stories
Despite some pretty glaring missteps, this is one of the most stylish and atmospheric horror films of 2011, a gory yet compelling depiction of American psychosis
A solid exercise in minimalism with fine location work, some decent scares, and extremely good performances by its lead actors
This remains one of David Lynch’s most controversial films. A dark and violent romance, it’s quite uneven but still fairly impacting