Joe Don Baker, Gamera, Miles O’Keeffe, Torgo: if these names sound familiar or even related, you have Mystery Science Theater 3000 to blame.
Nobody creates blockbusters like Steven Spielberg.
At the height of the feminist movement, Eastwood became the model of masculinity.
Peggy Cummins brings Annie Laurie Starr power to Noir City 11’s opener.
They’ve all won Oscars already. Who deserves to win another? Let the footage tell the tale.
To millions of men and women, Cooper embodied honor and decency.
Corman’s mastery of the low-budget production has had a tremendous impact on independent filmmakers, documentarians and studios alike.
Kurosawa assimilated his knowledge of ancient Japanese traditions into a modern Western art form, influencing many writers and directors along the way.
Hollingshead’s relentless pursuit of the drive-in experience made open-air movie theaters a permanent part of American culture.
Lists and notes on the best scenes and top performances of 2012.
From NEIGHBORING SOUNDS to CONSUMING SPIRITS: Notes on a dozen films that stayed with me.
Deceptive placidity, weightless wonders, real-time tension, euphoria unleashed: Cinematography’s most satisfying shots of 2012.