Largely lost during the '90s' lap of luxury, John Carpenter's horror parable for a world whittling away until *you* are an abnormality hits close to home today.
It’s hard to think of many locations that can match up to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood other than Las Vegas, so much that it’s proved such fertile ground for screenwriters that they keep coming back for more time and time again. Although, it’s not just the glitz and glamour that keep on providing […]
Wim Wenders' “Paris, Texas” presents a stark, empty world, into which is infused a deeply touching story of lost love.
Though far from flawless as a comedy, Martin Scorsese’s use of the form as catharsis to shake off his setbacks makes "After Hours" its own sort of masterpiece.
Next up on Film on Vinyl’s playlist: Spacelab 9's release of the "Outlander" soundtrack. It's a score torn between two worlds.
But in 1999, Altman tried something a bit unique – he directed a motion picture with a plot. One plot. One story. A comparatively small cast of characters. "Cookie's Fortune" is Altman’s funniest picture since “M*A*S*H."
From a banner year for sci-fi comedies, Nick takes a look at one of the greatest ... and one of the not-so-greatest.
Zero Effect” tells the story of Daryl Zero (Bill Pullman), supposedly the world’s “most private detective.” The screenplay is alluring, the script is tight (like something David Mamet might have written, albeit without his trademark stilted dialogue), and the acting is first rate.