In ‘The Turin Horse,’ the story of Creation runs in reverse, as Béla Tarr builds up to one of the most heartstopping, haunting endings of this century.
Author Archive | G Clark Finfrock
G Clark Finfrock finally sees Ingmar Bergman’s only horror film—in time for Halloween!
An examination of eight of the greatest silent performances in film.
Brazil’s submission to the 85th Academy Awards, The Clown, is a magical confection mixing equal parts Wes Anderson, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and Federico Fellini.
Slovenia’s submission to the 85th Academy Awards, ‘A Trip,’ is a lovely, low-key character study.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a romantic Criterion release, a monstrous boxed-set, and the most quotable movie OF ALL TIME.
G Clark Finfrock provides Quick Takes of ‘Elles,’ ‘Goats,’ ‘Thor,’ and ‘Detachment.’
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a superhero supergroup, a 007-sized boxed set, Kevin Sorbo as Abraham Lincoln, and werewolf-killing strippers!
G Clark finally sees Sergio Leone’s masterpiece “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” and discovers where Quentin Tarantino gets most of his good ideas.
‘Five Easy Pieces’ reaches a thematic peak in its iconic diner scene.
G Clark Finfrock briefly surveys the theme of religion in cinema.
Quick Takes of four films: ‘Society,’ ‘Man on Fire,’ ‘Robinson Crusoe on Mars,’ and ‘Mind Game.’
An indispensable guide to the greatest concert films in all of cinema.
From G Clark Finfrock, a fan, to Mr Terrence Malick, filmmaker.
Little White Lies is a well-written but overlong vehicle for its insanely attractive French stars.
Premium Rush isn’t great art, but it is a great action film—even for people who don’t like action films.