Join us as we discuss Elliot Goldenthal's incredible compositional contribution to the Batverse in Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever.
Our review of VAL – the new documentary about the life and career of actor Val Kilmer.
To celebrate Top Gun's 35th anniverary, our own Jason Gorber sat down to talk with one of the film's co-stars, Rick Rossovich.
Top Gun: Maverick sees Tom Cruise return to the role of pop culture’s most iconic (and rebellious) fighter pilot, Maverick.
This week, we travel to Tombstone, Arizona to relive the gunfight at the OK Corral with Bruce Broughton's score for the iconic cowboy film. Movie. Film. Hard to say.
Alexander: The Ultimate Cut (Oliver Stone, 2004) – The art of filmmaking is a complex beast at the best of times. A piece of cinema can be seen as a living breathing entity with a myriad of opportunities and possible outcomes inside what was shot and how it’s ultimately assembled. The best of directors struggle […]
Writer/director Gia Coppola's feature debut, Palo Alto is a stunningly honest tale of the high school angst and the uncertainty of life on the outside of it.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt on Blu-Ray courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
This week on DVD we look at the stellar Oscar winning foreign drama A Separation, Richard Linklater's unfortunately slept on Bernie, the direct to DVD efforts Breathless, A Girl Walks into a Bar, and the Dolph Lundgren starring One in the Chamber. Oh, and some indie film called The Hunger Games
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 Werner Herzog’s hypnotizing genre exercise The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans – playing tonight at the Lightbox.
Twixt is not a blockbuster, but it is certainly a genre piece; a dream-inspired, Dan Deacon scored, Poe-themed vampire ghost murder story genre piece. The film is a weird stand out even in the Francis Ford Coppola portfolio. It’s definitely nowhere near Apocalypse Now, it’s not even Rumble Fish, but Twixt, for all of its uneasy flaws, is incredibly fun to watch.