The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.
From strip clubs to casino heists, few filmmakers bridge art house and mainstream cinema better.
A few key ways into a strange, wide-ranging filmography by a singular director.
Grab some headcheese for this dissection of Tobe Hooper’s super-weird franchise.
An over-complicated affair that doesn’t get out of the way of its talented cast.
The Losers head to Mid-World and discover there really are other worlds than these.
Disastrous test screenings, studio intervention, and a director in over his head are just part of the story.
Arcel addresses King’s involvement, the film’s short runtime, and whether or not there will be lobstrosities.
Before you see Dunkirk, see where the war epic ranks in his top-notch filmography.
Constant Readers might want to temper their expectations considerably.
The tracklist to Junkie XL’s score has also been unveiled.
From blockbusters to minor classics, 1997 left us feeling like kings and queens of the world.