Writer/director Kogonada’s debut ‘Columbus’ is a beautiful-looking film that manages to shortchange its setting, story, and characters.
Tag Archives | Stanley Kubrick
An analysis of Rodney Ascher’s ‘Room 237’ makes way for a discussion on how we analyze movies in general.
A focused, exhaustive look at what makes Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’ tick.
G Clark examines the genius of David Fincher through one of the director’s most underrated and critically undervalued works: ‘The Game.’
Reviews of top horror films (and major blind spots) ‘Rosemary’s Baby’, ‘The Exorcist’, ‘Carrie’, ‘The Shining’, and ‘Scream’ by a first-time viewer and scary movie abstainer.
Another year goes by, another list goes up. This year features some major changes including a new number one!
As you await or shrug off the Mayan Apocalypse, we reminisce on the distinct cinematic visions of our planet’s destruction!
Stanley Kubrick’s sophomore effort, Killer’s Kiss, isn’t on par with his later work, but is still a clear indicator of the master director’s ensuing genius.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases flaunt famous and unexpected pieces from accomplished directors.
G Clark Finfrock finally sees Ingmar Bergman’s only horror film—in time for Halloween!
As tradition Alex updates the list of his favorite movies of all time. Read his list and share your thoughts!
One user on Vimeo has assembled some of the most iconic movie shots to have ever graced the silver screen.
Brief reviews of ‘The Killing’ and ‘Straw Dogs’.
Review of ‘Contagion, Most Anticipated Movies Final Poll, Review of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Killing,’ plus recommendations and the usual…
Following Alex’s tradition, here are my favorite films to celebrate my birthday!
In one fleeting ballet of a scene, Kubrick turned a mirror on nature of life on this Earth as he perceives it. That is a master moment if ever there was one.
I am starting up a new column at Film Misery that will explore some of the most memorable moments in the history of film.
Tarantino’s next film, good word for ‘Thor’, the films of Stanley Kubrick…
Check out ‘Winterâ€™s Bone’ and the Millennium trilogy if you havenâ€™t yet and think you can stomach them. Sci-fi and Kubrick make for decent blu-ray purchases.
Expectations were very high headed into ‘Inception’. Were your expectations met, not met, or exceeded?