10 Great Filmmakers Best Remembered For The Wrong Films
Are we discrediting some of cinema's best directors by forgetting their best movies?
Killer Joe Review: Masterfully Savage, Darkly Comic Neo-Noir
Matthew McConaughey steals the show with a ferocious, transformative performance worthy of awards attention.…
Edinburgh Festival Diary #2 - Pusher, Lovely Molly, Guinea Pigs, Fred
The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival is officially under way.
Edinburgh Film Festival: Killer Joe Review
It may offend you, it may irritate and confuse you; it may make you laugh, it may make you squirm; it may seem like an intelligent satire or a tasteless comedy, or it may do none of the above. But if it makes you fall asleep, you may want to seek therapy.…
A Brief History Of Horror - The Exorcist And The 1970s
When we think of the great horror performances of the last 100 years, the tendency is immediately to think of the monsters and killers: Anthony Perkins, Bela Lugusi, Max Schreck. …
Venice 2011 Review: William Friedkin's KILLER JOE
What can I say? William Friedkin's new movie Killer Joe is one of the best films I have seen from a rather disappointing or at least underwhelming bunch of efforts from this year's Venice Film Festival. …
Venice Film Festival 2011 Line-Up Revealed
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, George Clooney's Ides of March, David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method and Roman Polanski's Carnage lead perhaps the greatest line-up of the festival in years. …