Pulp Fiction remixed in chronological order. Watch it soon if chronological narrative is your thing.
I appreciate Lord Death Man’s flair, his élan, panache, the way he daringly wears brown leather gloves, belt and boots with his high-contrast black and white skeleton suit—and makes it work. Of the many skeleton suits in the criminal underworld, I would wear Lord Death Man’s.
The Projection Booth targets John Woo’s The Killer and its legacy, including an interview with Kenneth Hall, writer of John Woo: The Films.
Ben Templesmith’s luminously tentacular comic, Welcome to Hoxford, is now a luminously tentacular short feature film by Julien Mokrani and Samuel Bodin.
On the anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe’s death, here are some adaptations of The Tell-Tale Heart: a performance by Vincent Price, an animated short, a reading for Massachusetts cable access and a short film.
Lisa Hanawalt illustrates her response to Drive.