“Once again, a [film-making] technique progresses from ‘innovative’ to ‘standard procedure’ to ‘OK, please stop doing that.’” (More teal and orange madness, here).
Decade by decade, the Movie Morlocks look at 100 years of cinematic horror, starting with the 1910 silent, Frankenstein.
Hey everybody, Gutter screen editor, Ian Driscoll, has a new movie out, Smash Cut, starring David Hess and Sasha Grey! The official site’s here.
“If the post-“Crouching Tiger” boom in Asian cinema was an irrational, Dutch-tulip-style bubble, then the virtual disappearance of Asian films from American screens is an equally irrational overcorrection.” Andrew O’Herir interviews Grady Hendrix (NYAFF and formerly Kaiju Shakedown), Keith Allison (Teleport City) and Todd Stadtman (4DK) about corrections, […]
Just some quick trailers: capoeira, stuntmen and actors gone bad in South Korea.
Grady Hendrix muses on the alternate cuts of films for different festivals, different countries and different regions. “A million different earths, and on every one of them, an alternate cut of Days of Being Wild.”