Sunset Gun’s Kim Morgan writes up a nice appreciation for Roman Polanski on his birthday and then lists her favorite of the director’s films: Roman Polanski is a master. You can think he’s not up to snuff after Chinatown (which is ridiculous, and especially with The Ghost Writer), you can debate about the importance of The Pianist, but after
It’s kind of interesting that repressed female sexuality will be front and center this year, with David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method and Hysteria, aka “The vibrator movie.” Hysteria, which will screen at Toronto, is directed by a woman, Tanya Wexler, which should make it, at the very least, believable. <iframe width=”560″ height=”345″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/zf4IlHaPRUg” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
Ridley Scott is having recurring dreams of electric sheep. Movie sites this morning are rippling in various states of trepidation, frenzy and apoplexy over news that Ridley Scott is ready to return to the world he created for one of the most influential SF films in history. Deadline bills the story as an exclusive, so
I can’t review Puncture because it is embargoed until September 19, so I can’t really say how much I liked the movie and how good Chris Evans is in it and how important the subject matter is so I’ll just say check out the cool trailer of one of my favorite films of the year.