So how did the idea of a “sextival” originate?
Lauren Wissot speaks with emerging director Matthijs van Heijningen about everything from making art from commercials, to taking inspiration from Polanski, to why the next big thing might not be emerging from his homeland anytime soon.
Mark Farnsworth’s final dispatch from the London Film Festival.
“The Devil’s Double” is very nearly a great movie, blurring fact and fiction to make the audience question the real extent of Latif’s involvement in some of Uday’s horrendous actions. Was he really an innocent held to ransom or does he protest too much?
After all, “Tennis begins with love.” But with what emotion does it end?
Centurion firmly places Marshall back on track after the self-indulgent and ramshackle Doomsday
The proof is in the gleeful hardboiled mayhem.
The scariest thing about Freddy isn’t his fistful of knives but his commanding, almost seductive presence.
DMX even sleeps angrily. He is a living embodiment of the philosophy, “temporary insanity is for losers.”
… I sat under a checkout counter for about 40 minutes, ate the entire jar of peanut butter, and hissed at anybody that came near me. But it was probably really all just stress.