From Spotlight on Horror: Classics of the Cinefantastique, published 2020
This terrific documentary has a regional connection for KC readers, but it’s pretty universal.
Since I’m only seeing movies when/if I want to now, I’m not feeling qualified to pick a Top Ten this year. Instead, I’m going to fill in my review archives with some choices from previous years. First up is a great noir from J.C. Chandor that didn’t get nearly enough attention when it came out in 2014 (locally in 2015).
From 1989-1993, I was part of a ragtag collective of aspiring artists who worked under the guidance of Adolfas Mekas, Peter Hutton, and John Pruitt. We were the People’s Film Department of Bard College, and they were our id, ego, and superego. Or, as my nerd friends and I called them, the Kirk, Spock, and McCoy.Continue reading “Long Live the People’s Film Department”
Who will emerge victorious?
No, I wasn’t that wild about Netflix”s latest buzzy original. But we still had an interesting Central Standard show about it.