Greg Klymkiw responds to The Globe and Mail‘s panel of film experts and their thoughts on the Canadian film industry.
Canadian film-maker Patricia Rozema writes a manifesto describing what the Canadian film industry needs.
Cinematographer Bruce Surtees has died. “He wasn’t afraid of having the character exist in either silhouette or total darkness and letting the dialogue do the work.” The Los Angeles Times has an excellent overview of his career with recollections from Clint Eastwood and Tom Stern.
Ever wonder why the competent and kickass action ladies always die? TV Tropes examines why “Vasquez Always Dies.”
At TCM’s Movie Morlocks, David Kalat writes a passionate defense of silly Godzilla movies and how Godzilla vs. Megalon conquired the world in “The Importance of Being Godzilla (Part 1).”
Vincent price interviewed by Terry Wogan, Johnny Carson (promoting Theatre of Blood) and Elwy Yost with special bonus Roger Corman interview.