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Dario Argento’s seminal Italian horror film Suspiria turned 38 last week and that seems like as good a time as any for me to wax poetic about one of my all-time favorite horror films. So, join me in celebrating one of the greatest horror films ever made.

While Deep Red may be the film that signals the birth of Dario Argento as… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Celebrating the Cinema of Nightmares That Is 'Suspiria'

It’s important for the Sundance Film Festival to remain relevant as well as pioneering in the support of new cinema, and that’s why it’s significant that this year’s event showcases nine virtual reality films in its artsy New Frontiers section. That’s roughly double the amount of VR installations selected for the 2014 festival and fills a majority of the 13 slots… Continue reading 'Her' and 'Zero Dark Thirty' Producer Megan Ellison is Getting Into Virtual Reality Cinema

quentin tarantinoA press conference was held at the Cannes Film Festival to… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Declares Digital Projection 'the Death of Cinema'

These eight critically-acclaimed, award-winning films feature talented casts in riveting dramas and lighthearted comedies. From scandalous affairs to sidesplitting schemes, this collection includes some of the best of Miramax British cinema. RESTORATION Robert Merivel is a young man who seems to have everything…until an affair leads to scandal, suddenly leaving him heartbroken and penniless. Starring Meg Ryan and Robert Downey Jr. AN IDEAL HUSBAND… Continue reading British Cinema Collection: 8 Acclaimed Films

2013 was the year of great filmmakers predicting the end of cinema. It started with Steven Soderbergh, then it rolled into Steven Spielberg and George Lucas forecasting the end as we know it. What all three were getting at was how Hollywood studios are in a constant arms race where they’re trying to top one another’s budgets to deliver bigger and bigger movies on more… Continue reading Read Martin Scorsese's Inspiring Letter to His Daughter About the Future of Cinema