Introducing Sundays and Cybèle
Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
John Bailey on The Innocents’ Cinematography
A Tribute to Peter von Bagh
Did You See This?
Illustrations by Sean Phillips. Design by Eric Skillman.
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“Francesca Annis Nude!!!!!”
Denis F. Oliver on Three Reasons: Macbeth, about 3 hours ago.
“Along with The Haunting and Rosemary's Baby the top three triumvirate of intelligent fright films. But The Innocents is definitely at the top of the three.”
Ray Hewitt on Behind the Scenes of The Innocents, about 3 hours ago.
“I don't understand why are you releasing this DVD in digipak style...!!?? I hate that packaging it won't last long. You are releasing such rare great movies and using the cheapest packaging . . .”
Ross on Scenes from the Set of Eraserhead, about 4 hours ago.
“Though the print says Turkish, director Haynes says Moroccan. No harm done. Great piece and the film is magnificent.”
Michael Brakemeyer on Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, about 5 hours ago.
“I agree. Hitchcock's images are quite compelling enough as they are; that's what makes Hitchcock, Hitchcock. The jiggling, pulsating effect here produces a rather silly result. But perhaps the . . .”
Michael K. on Eyes of Hitchcock, about 6 hours ago.
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