John Ford's final Western, an elegy for the American Indian and an apology for his role in their depiction as savages, is discordant and dull.
Not quite the imperfect perfection in which punk music so often traffics, but a film of appropriately piercing volume and knotty shape.
The Film Yap spoke with the director of locally filmed "Reparation."
These two early zombie films are so good they blow the others away.
Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez's vampire-siege flick sizzles like capsaicin-spiked grindhouse meatloaf baked & served under the wire of its sell-by date.
In this podcast Christopher Lloyd talks with old friend Ben Rock about how a guy known for "gross and disturbing" movies got a short into the life-affirming Heartland Film Festival.
A warm bowl of chicken soup for the soul, "Year by the Sea" sets up all of the beats you'd expect, then dutifully executes them.