This was perhaps the most infamous underground comic of the nineties
Here we have what may well be the oddest TV show of all time: THE NECESSARY MINUTE OF MONSIEUR CYCLOPEDE
This 1950 Mexican horror fest is notable for its similarities to PSYCHO, which it preceded by a decade
I’ve been called a snob about translated novels, but in fact my preference for such books is quite basic and, I believe, well-reasoned
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.
It’s the week of February 13, 2009 and the hotly promoted FRIDAY THE 13th remake has opened number one at the U.S. box office.
Written by an obvious fan of the series, this heavily illustrated paperback is a voluminous look at the eleven FRIDAY THE 13th films.
Here’s a perfect case study in how a bad movie adaptation can tarnish the reputation of a really good book.
The wit, verve and imagination that characterize Goldman’s best work are very much evident in this suspenseful and macabre novel that predates everything from DEXTER to NATURAL BORN KILLERS in its furiously inventive account of the fortunes of a mass murderer. I say it’s one of William Goldman’s finest books.
After reading this newly revised “Director’s Cut” version, which contains a retrospective introduction by the author and several newly written footnotes, I fully understand the book’s popularity.