FilmBar is hosting a special members only screening this afternoon of Charles Burnett’s 1977 masterpiece “Killer of Sheep”. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s an astonishing piece of work. Here’s a piece I wrote about this “lost classic” for the fine folks at FilmBar.
My latest film blog for the fine folks at FilmBar is a (long) piece on my second favorite Lynch film: “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” (which is screening Sunday afternoon at FilmBar).
My latest Film Blog for FilmBar Phoenix takes a look at movies that shift POVs like a merry-go-round: “Slacker”, “Waking Life”, “The Phantom of Liberty”, and “La Ronde”.
My latest piece for the fine folks at De’Lunula takes a look at the new David Lynch documentary.
Playing this Sunday at FilmBar in downtown Phoenix is Věra Chytilová’s Daisies. A wild, surrealistic romp of a film, it’s radical form is still revolutionary. Here’s a write-up on the film (and its filmmaker) for FilmBar. I’m also working on a piece about Chytilová’s other avant-garde masterpiece “Fruit of Paradise” for De’Lunula (keep your eyes peeled for that next week).
For my latest FilmBar film blog, I take a look at one of my favorite horror movies. It’s a film that is far, far better than it has any right to be: “Jason X.”
Yeah, that’s right. The movie with cyber-Jason and sex robots with guns. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than you’d expect it to be.
My latest film blog for FilmBar takes a look at the Lee Marvin masterpiece “Point Blank.”