The story of Tristan and Isolde remains one of the great love stories of the Arthurian world, having been portrayed in many works of art, songs, poems and stories, opera and films, in many languages and many countries around the world. It is one of those evergreen stories that, like the vine that sprang from Tristan’s grave, returns again and again and does not die.
Lee Chang-dong’s latest film is an existential mystery. Be prepared!
Directed by: Joe Dante Starring: Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton, Corey Feldman, Keye Luke Written by Cameron Frew Twisted, scary and unorthodox: Gremlins is the ultimate festive palate cleanser. “Yeah, I know, who hasn’t got a story to tell?” says Randall Peltzer (the charming Hoyt Axton), coming in at both the beginning and end […]
Directed by: Christian Rivers Starring: Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Hugo Weaving, Jihae Written by Elena Morgan Based on the book by Philip Reeve, Mortal Engines is set in a post-apocalyptic future where in order to survive, whole towns and cities are on wheels, roaming the Earth looking for fuel. Smaller towns are on the constant […]
Don’t do it. That’s my advice for anyone considering seeing The Possession of Hannah Grace. Granted, given the film’s anemic box office thus far, most anyone who was going to see Hannah Grace in theaters has probably already done so. However, with Hollywood taking the weekend off by offering no new wide releases there might […]
This Cornish folktale tells how a greedy lawyer named Ezekiel Grosse fell victim to his own hubris,
Deck the halls with Fright-Rags’s Krampus vintage-inspired Christmas decor designed by Nathan Thomas Milliner. Priced at $20, the set includes one large (14×17) and six small (8.5×10) double-sided cardstock decorations.