RAVANA’S GAME
RAVANA’S GAME

It tries to be too much, and winds up shortchanging itself overall. It’s a story that would be more at home in a book, where the tangents and ambiguities could be fleshed out in a way that doesn’t feel like a narrative jumble…



Posted on July 23, 2014 in Reviews by

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THE FAY
THE FAY

The filmmaking is more up to the task of creating and selling this fairy-friendly realm that the characters find themselves in, and despite a lack of dialogue, everything translates just fine…



Posted on July 23, 2014 in Reviews by
DRUNK.
DRUNK.

The humor is silly, and the situations that our drunk finds himself in are more curious and awkward than dangerous and disturbing. This isn’t the dark indie drama where he deals with the consequences of his alcoholism; this is the strange indie comedy where the consequences are just off-putting enough to make him pause when he reaches for the next drink, but not necessarily rough enough to actually stop him cold…



Posted on July 23, 2014 in Reviews by
DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 213: MARVEL HORNETS…
DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 213: MARVEL HORNETS…

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, the Slender story continues on, with the end of a five year YouTube series…



Posted on July 23, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by
SOUNDTRACK TO MY LIFE: INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD LINKLATER ABOUT “BOYHOOD”
SOUNDTRACK TO MY LIFE: INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD LINKLATER ABOUT “BOYHOOD”

Richard Linklater discusses the crucial process of choosing music for his films, how the Internet has impacted teenage rebellion, and whether or not his directorial style changed over the 12-year arc of “Boyhood.”



Posted on July 22, 2014 in Interviews by