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A Three-Hour Tour

Dear Gert and Montag,

Separately, William Friedkin and Walon Green are responsible for two of the grimmest, violentest, and most nihilistic events ever committed to celluloid, … 1,110 more words

Bug (2006, William Friedkin)

‘I am the super mother!’ shrieks Agnes White on page 88 of Tracy Letts’ marvelous play, Bug. By the time she utters these bone-chilling lines, it is finally clear to audiences that this is clearly nothing like the playwright’s most well known (and Tony-lauded) work, August: Osage County. 1,956 more words

Cinema

Bede’s MIFF 2014 Video Reviews #4: Sorcerer and The One I Love

SORCERER and THE ONE I LOVE

 

In this 4th edition of my 2014 MIFF video reviews, I share my thoughts on William Friedkin’s 1977 forgotten classic SORCERER and the unique romantic comedy/drama THE ONE I LOVE. 32 more words

Movie Reviews

The French Connection Screening Tonight at The Carolina Theatre of Greensboro

It’s time for THE FRENCH CONNECTION, Yes! Weekly movie reviewer Mark Burger’s pick for the Summer Film Festival! The movie starts at 7pm with a special intro from film critic Budd Wilkins, so get your popcorn and get ready for an amazing night! 114 more words

Film Series

Sean Fallon Loves... The Exorcist

A few weeks ago in this Writer Loves series exploring our favourite movies, David Shreve posed a question: can loveable movies ever be considered truly great? 1,484 more words

Film

seanfallon01 reblogged this on The Equiatic Bind and commented:

Here's an article I wrote about The Exorcist - It's really good, if I do say so myself. Read it and tell me what you think.

Sean Fallon Loves... The Exorcist

A few weeks ago in this Writer Loves series exploring our favourite movies, David Shreve posed a question: can loveable movies ever be considered truly great? 1,484 more words

Film

Sorcerer

A new review from The Movie Snob.

Sorcerer (B+).  Many years ago, someone recommended this 1977 release to me.  This past Tuesday, the Magnolia Theater in Dallas showed it as part of its classic film series, so I jumped on the opportunity.  212 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob