Fact: It’s impossible to hate Ron Perlman.
Okay, so maybe we don’t have any actual, statistical evidence on hand to back that up as fact, but we’re still pretty sure it’s true. There’s just something about him that’s inherently likeable. Maybe it’s that he looks like a battle-hardened teddy bear. Maybe it’s because he’s great at nailing deadpan comedy. Whatever the case, it’s really, really hard to… Continue reading Ron Perlman on the Thriller 'Crave' and His Increasingly Big Career in Independent Films
Today and throughout the week at Moviefone, we’re celebrating the unsung, hard-won, I’ve-maxed-out-my-credit-cards-to-finance-this world of independent filmmaking. We’ll publish features that explore, expose, and explain today’s independent movies. We call it “Independents Day.” Get it? It’s clever, right? We thought so. Read on.
What’s the state of independent film today? The answer is a matter of perspective; there’s a lot of bad news out there, and a lot… Continue reading The State of Independent Film: 2013
Beyond the Black RainbowWhere: New York and Los Angeles; expanding soon.What: A troubled woman is confined at an institute founded to help people achieve happiness and contentment through unusual, drug-fueled treatment.Why Go: One of my top picks from last year’s Fantastic Fest, the debut from director Panos Cosmatos is filled with eye-popping delights. As I wrote in my review… Continue reading Indie Film Guide: What's in Theaters, on DVD and Coming Soon in the World of Independent Film