KILLER JOE

“Killer Joe” fails by trying to be all perversions to all people. It’s darkly funny, uncomfortably cringe-worthy, goofy again, then jarringly brutal…

Posted on July 9, 2012 in Reviews by

SIFF 2012: SEASONAL AFFECTIVE CINEMA, PART 5: WILLIAM FRIEDKIN

As the Seattle International Film Festival draws to a close, William Friedkin – the maverick who invented contemporary car chases and demonic horror – would seem the ideal filmmaker to conjure forth the event’s Grand Finale…

Posted on June 13, 2012 in Blogs by