As Slender Man demonstrates, film, television or web: the “medium” no longer matters. It’s about the “message,” which is unpredictable, fact-based and out of our hands.
Much is made of the gay subtext that runs through may Howard Hawks films. Can’t we just be friends?
Let Kevin Bacon have his Six Degrees of Separation, Howard Hawks needs just the one found between Rio Bravo and El Dorado.
27 years on, Ben O’Brian examines the lasting impact of Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop.
Billy Wilder spent a career making films that tiptoed along the harsh production code and made films that remain as fresh today as when they were made.
We conclude our three part look at Fritz Lang’s Mabuse trilogy with the final installment in the series, The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse.
Fritz Lang’s The Testament of Dr. Mabuse asks not only troubling questions about it’s historical political climate, but also about the human condition.