Jacques Demy’s PARKING is a strange late-career misfire, an update on the Orpheus legend that doesn’t quite know what it’s trying to do
In this week’s You Have To See… we look at HITMAN HART: WRESTLING WITH SHADOWS, a documentary about the legendary wrestler and one of the most notorious incidents in the industry’s history, the Montreal Screwjob
We look at Agnes Varda’s underseen One Hundred and One Nights, a film made to celebrate the centenary of cinema in 1995.
Jacques Demy’s A SLIGHTLY PREGNANT MAN turns its one-line premise into something quite enjoyable through progressive satire and Mastroianni’s fun performance.
This week’s You Have To See… is legendary Italian director Luchino Visconti’s most ambitious and controversial work, THE DAMNED.
This week in Less That (Five) Zero, we look at Vittorio De Sica’s influential but lesser known anthology film from 1954, THE GOLD OF NAPLES
In this weeks You Have To See… we look at legendary producer-director Otto Preminger’s Bonjour Tristesse, one of the most striking melodramas of the 1950s.
For this week’s Less Than (Five) Zero, we look at a classic from master of the Italian comedy Luigi Comencini, Lo Scopone Scientifico, featuring one of Bette Davis greatest later performances.
For our second entry into Less Than (Five) Zero, we look at an under-seen experimental film from prolific indie film director Joe Swanberg.
To celebrate Madman Films release of Alfred Hitchcock Directs, we look at the the role television played in developing Hitchcock’s own persona and art, and take a look at some of his best episodes.