Everything wrong with modern cinema explained here succinctly!
Raquel Welch and Robert Culp make for a brilliant team in the Humpback Movie HANNIE CAULDER.
Discussing one of Al Pacino’s obscure but good performances of the twenty-first century.
The best special effect is a good actor. James Spader isn’t messing around in the underrated American giallo JACK’S BACK.
Andrew McCarthy was our surrogate in the Brat Pack, and has written a good book about those heady years.
Whit Stillman directs interesting films and writes rather good novels.
I like Matthew Modine, as do all of us.
Olga Kurylenko, My Movie Crush.
I previously talked to Neil Cohen about making the glorious, nutty CHIEF ZABU in some detail. Here I talk to him andco-conspirator Zack Norman (co-star of ROMANCING THE STONE and CADILLAC MAN) in further depth in celebration of the film’s Streaming release. The loose, zanily charming CHIEF ZABU, a comedy about real estate, ambition, sexContinue reading “PART TWO OF THE “ZABU” CHRONICLES: GOING DEEP ON THE UNDERGROUND CLASSIC”
David Grovic’s The Bag Man is a delayed entry in the Quentin Tarantino- David Lynch wannabe sweepstakes, when late 1990s filmgoers were bombarded with lousy, self-conscious, pseudohip films filled with violence and pubertal weirdness (see Dark Backward, Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead, Mad Dog Time, Big City Blues, and a lot of others). ManyContinue reading “Does Anyone Remember THE BAG MAN with John Cusack and Robert De Niro? I Do!”