Articles by Dennis Harvey
Never grow old: LITTLE FEET is an imaginative hybrid of playtime and professional moviemaking that charms.
Independents, global currents and the eternal fountain of youth.
Talkies, from silliness to cynicism to supersizing.
The quaintness of much vintage sexploitation is precisely its charm.
A shortlist of cinema’s best survivors.
Paul Robeson’s performance reflects the glass ceiling he continually hit as an extraordinary talent laboring under impossible restrictions.
While other horror films of the era relied on crackpot psychology, CARNIVAL OF SOULS embodies a state of distress—with singular results.
Argento uses cinema not to spy on and catch a killer, but to become the ‘sick’ embodiment of homicidal insanity itself.
Shot in full color, this supernatural soap opera climaxes with more high Catholic pageantry than you’d find at a cathedral on Palm Sunday.