Richard Bates, Jr.’s latest film KING KNIGHT tackles the fabrication of identity with heart and a lot of weird humour.
Move in, they said! The rent is great, they said! Lose your identity, they said!
Sasha’s just another young lady, until her heart gives out. Then she gets a knew one, and life gets strange.
CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.
THE DEN touches a nerve because of how much time we spend in our daily lives attached to screens.
Simon Rumley’s FASHIONISTA is an allegorical tale of the effects consumerism has on the individual.
The prequel to Tobe Hooper’s classic, by French duo Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury, turns up new themes in the iconic killer.
Popcorn. 1991. Directed by Mark Herrier. Screenplay by Alan Ormsby, from a story by Mitchell Smith. Starring Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Dee Wallace, Derek Rydall, Malcolm Danare, Elliott Hurst, Ivette Soler, Freddie Simpson, Kelly Jo Minter, Karen Lorre, Ray Walston, & Tony Roberts. Movie Partners/Trans-Atlantic Pictures Rated R. 91 minutes. Horror/Comedy ★★★1/2 There are manyContinue reading “Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge”
There is no band.
It is an illusion.
This disturbing indie is an aesthetically driven character study, concerning identity, the self, and co-dependency.
Sisters. 1973. Directed by Brian De Palma. Screenplay by De Palma & Louisa Rose. Starring Margot Kidder, Jennifer Salt, Charles Durning, William Finley, Lisle Wilson, Barnard Hughes, Mary Davenport, & Dolph Sweet. Pressman-Williams/American International Pictures. Rated R. 93 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★★1/2 Brian De Palma is a quality filmmaker. That quality hasn’t been kicking around muchContinue reading “Brian De Palma’s Sisters is One Hell of a Fractured Psychological Journey”