If you pay any attention at all to popular Hindi cinema, then probably you will have heard of Sholay, often considered the best-loved Hindi movie of all time.* There is huge respect and affection for this film—for its cast, director, music, and script. Sometimes omitted from discussions of […]
At Nerds of Color, Bao Phi ponders Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022). “Consider how many risks the filmmakers took, how many plates they had in the air, and recognize their ambition. Think about how difficult it is to incorporate special effects convincingly into a modern film, and […]
Professional wrestler Orange Cassidy is informed about the existence of Paul Rudd in Hot Wet American Summer (2001). He is also asked about his favorite imaginary animal and interviewed at Esquire Middle East. Even if you don’t like wrestling, it’s a good interview. Read it here.
Once you finish listening to Podcast on Fire‘s “What’s Korean Cinema” episode on Lee Hyun-seung’s Il Mare (2000), you can listen to the special website exclusive episode on the American remake of Il Mare, Alejandro Agresti’s The Lake House (2006). Featuring Kenny B and Paul Quinn. Il Mare […]
At Vulture, Brandon Streussnig memorializes the legendary filmmaker Albert Pyun. “He pored over the low-budget possibilities of three dozen movies, earning a reputation for making cheaply made sci-fi and apocalyptic stories sing with mesmerizing martial arts–kickboxing combos and audacious stunts. The Pyuniverse pulled in big names like Jean-Claude […]
Watch it while you can–the Scooby-Doo / Superman family crossover movie, Scooby-Doo & Krypto, Too, has been leaked. Watch here.