Surveying Criterion Channel's neonoir collection, which includes genre-spinning films like Cotton Comes to Harlem, Night Moves, and Blow Out.
Just in time for Halloween, Bil Antoniou takes a look at 28 spooky classics.
Mark O’Brien joins Jeremy for Dressed to Kill!
It's Pisces season! Pisces' are the dreamers of the Zodiac, full of intense emotions, they are attuned to vibes that can’t be seen with just your eyes. Here is a list of top ten movies to ease you into the energies of the season.
Brian De Palma's Sisters is finally on Criterion Blu-ray – read Phil Brown's full rundown of this easy to overlook gem.
We spoke with De Palma co-director Jake Paltrow about taking the legendary auteur's dinner anecdotes and making a feature documentary from them.
Filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down with legendary director Brian De Palma for a career spanning chat, De Palma is a treat for fans of the underrated director.
Five documentaries that we believe are must-sees at Hot Docs 2016.
Filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down with legendary director Brian De Palma for a career spanning chat, De Palma will be loved by those who already love him, but that's about it.
Looking for the perfect gift for the genre loving film and TV nerd in your life? Check out these five great gifts from Shout Factory.
Of all of Brian De Palma’s most bonkers genre movie experiments, The Phantom of the Paradise just might be the best.
In honour of the huge David Cronenberg exhibit and retrospective currently happening at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto (running until January 19th), Dork Shelf talks to a plethora of film writers, personalities, programmers, podcasters, and filmmakers about what their favourite Cronenberg films are.
Watching Passion, the latest film from noted auteur and generally inconsistent filmmaker Brian De Palma, feels a lot like getting caught watching low-grade 1980s softcore Cinemax porn by a fatherly figure that lets loose a giant fart when he walks into the room. It’s embarrassing and morbidly funny to see happen, but that doesn’t make it a pleasant experience.
To celebrate TIFF’s ongoing Bangkok Dangerous: The Cinema Of Nicolas Cage series, Alan Jones has resurrected his retrospective of the actor’s work entitled The Nic Cage Project. In this edition, Jones takes a look at Brian De Palma’s Hitchcockian opus Snake Eyes – playing tonight at the Lightbox.