William Friedkin

Film

10 Great Filmmakers Best Remembered For The Wrong Films

Are we discrediting some of cinema's best directors by forgetting their best movies?
By Brogan Morris
Film

10 "Failures" By Famous Directors (That Are Actually Better Than You Remember)

By C.B. Jacobson
Film

Killer Joe Review: Masterfully Savage, Darkly Comic Neo-Noir

Matthew McConaughey steals the show with a ferocious, transformative performance worthy of awards attention.…
By Shaun Munro
Film

Edinburgh Festival Diary #2 - Pusher, Lovely Molly, Guinea Pigs, Fred

The 66th Edinburgh International Film Festival is officially under way.
By Adam Whyte
Film

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.…
By Adam Whyte
Film

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. …
By Adam Whyte
Film

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. …
By Andrea Pasquettin
Film

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. …
By Matt Holmes
Film

Blu-Ray Review: THE EXORCIST

By Adam Rayner