What if a film fan owned a movie studio?
Even better? What if that same fan owned a studio but refused to “go Hollywood?” It’s what you’re seeing over at … Read More
The news that Gus Van Sant planned a “shot-by-shot remake” of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” was, for most film buffs, akin to finding out a dear friend had popped up in … Read More
Call it Cop Privilege.
Arrest enough thugs, and society owes you much more than your cop salary. It’s what Mel Gibson’s character swears by in “Dragged Across Concrete.”
Yes, we’re back in … Read More
Director Gus Van Sant’s 1998 film “Psycho” caught plenty of heat before it even hit theaters.
Why would anyone, even a talented filmmaker like Van Sant, create a shot-for-shot remake … Read More
Before the season was half over, the phrase was everywhere. “True Detective” and the term “hate watching” became connected in the same gleefully nasty way “Nuke the Fridge” and “Jump … Read More
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