One of the strangest-ever Bond films has a complicated history, and the background of the time in which it was made is fascinating.
Where did the style of the new cinema of this decade start? I look for its roots in an eclectic round-up of quirky and groundbreaking films.
The second installment of my analysis of "Brave New World" of 2010s cinema involves examples spanning the globe from the U.S., England, Ireland and Russia.
Erik saw the world through a number of unique and diverse lenses. His vision is one we can all aspire to.
The end of the Christopher Plummer Blogathon takes us full circle, to Plummer's one Oscar-winning role as well as a darker shadow of his most famous performance.
Why is this my favorite Sidney Lumet film? Let me count the ways!
Terrible news today (June 12, 2016) from Florida, which I don't want to talk about--other than to express my solidarity with the LGBT community of [...]
This film, made in the 1970s about the 1930s, is arguably more relevant to conditions in 2015 than it ever was.
Herman Melville clearly swung his harpoon in both directions, and it's very evident from reading his greatest novel.
Robert Wise's "The Haunting" is perhaps the greatest horror film ever made, undiminished after more than 50 years.