C.H. Newell and director Xia Magnus talk about his feature debut Sanzaru, playing at the Fantasia International Film Festival.
A fantastic slice of the late ’80s, like a dark fairy tale set in the South, the horrific stuff of folklore.
Candyman returns, as a white family confronts their history within the context of America’s long, ugly racist past.
In hell, Arseface faces a grim existence. But a flashback reveals more about his past, shedding light on the near death of Tracy Loach.
As I Lay Dying. 2013. Dir. James Franco. Screenplay by Franco & James Rager; based on the novel of the same name by William Faulkner. Starring James Franco, Tim Blake Nelson, Jim Parrack, Ahna O’Reilley, Logan Marshall-Green, Brady Permenter, and Danny McBride. Millenium Films. Rated R. 110 minutes. Drama ★★★★ It’s not always necessary forContinue reading “As I Lay Dying is Stream of Consciousness on Film”