Tag: Roman Polanski

Cannes Film Festival Review: Roman Polanski’s ‘Based on a True Story’

“The title is, of course, a knowing joke. ‘Based on a True Story’ couldn’t be further from reality.”

The Sweet Smell of Rot: FEUD ‘Hagsploitation’ (Recap)

“At its best, ‘Feud’ seeks to prove, and admirably so, that trash — as John Waters and William Castle can attest — is hardly the worst thing one can be.”

No Exit: Access and Isolation in Babak Anvari’s ‘Under the Shadow’

“‘Under the Shadow’ is an admirable film, albeit not wholly original.”

The Feminine Grotesque #8: Kingdom of Rot – On ‘Queen of Earth’

A Series by Angelica Jade Bastién

Kinoteka Polish Film Festival: Jerzy Skolimowski’s ‘Barrier’ and the Sneaky Cameo

Josh Slater-Williams on Polish Director Jerzy Skolimowski

Review: Mickey Keating’s ‘Darling’ (2015)

A Column by Q.V. Hough

Vanishing Waves Movie Review - 2012 Kristina Buozyte Film

Sensory Deprivation and Cinema: A Chat with Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper of ‘Vanishing Waves’

Q.V. Hough Interviews Directors Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper