Pauline Kael is remembered for a great many things – her brilliant prose, her championship of iconic filmmakers like Robert Altman and Brian De Palma, her continuing influence over the entirety of film criticism – yet it often seems, at least among those who don’t read old movie reviews for fun, that she’s best known […]
Eliseo Meifren i Roig - Nuestro jarden de Palma by Irina Eliseu Meifrèn i Roig (24 December 1857/59, Barcelona - 5 February 1940, Barcelona) was a Catalonian Impressionist painter.
"A spellbinding watch from start to finish! A seminal viewing for anybody that LOVES filmmaking at its purest form!""The Arrow reviews Obsession" Read More...
Musicians of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria have voted to strike from the start of September unless the city of Las Palmas fires their manager, Juan Mendoza. Players, who have asked to remain anonymous, have been in touch with Slipped Disc to describe a poisonous working atmosphere in which staff suffer abuse and peremptory dismissal […]
The exhibition "The Agony and the Ecstasy" opened at the Es Baluard Museum in Palma de Mallorca and is on view until October 2nd 2016. Subtitled "Latin American art in Mallorca collections; a review based on contemporaneity", the exhibition shows 90 works of art, including painting, photography, installations, etc. Show More Summary
Also with bonus Stephen King and Drew Barrymore image from the premiere of Firestarter! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with today's BTS column. As you may remember, I'm dedicating this week to the influences of the fantastic Netflix show STRANGER THINGS. Show More Summary
EIW rides again! For the return edition -- Brian De Palma's autobiographical slice of erotic insanity, RAISING CAIN. Read more...
Brian De Palma’s 1976 film adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie is hailed as one of the great horror films of its era, one that stunned critics and has since become one of the household names of the genre. Sissy Spacek’s portrayal of the titular character earned her an Academy Award nod for Best Actress, an […]
The world is currently enjoying a bit of a Brian De Palma moment. Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow’s new documentary on the 75-year-old Newark-born filmmaker has been getting rave reviews and is stirring up renewed interest in his 29-feature-deep filmography. Show More Summary
De Palma brings Chicago to life. Read more...
This much maligned Disney adventure remains be the most hopeful film in De Palma's oeuvre. Read more...
Blood spurts everywhere! The knife/bullets/cleaver/ice pick open wounds! He/she/they stagger forward/stumble backward writhing. Is it a scene from his films? Is it the brutal culmination of a studio bean counter budget battle? Or a priming...Show More Summary
E.T., Brian De Palma Flicks, Finding Dory, And More Picks From Our Critics by Stranger Things To Do Staff If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed by the number of options for Pride Weekend and need to take an escapist break at a movie theater, our critics have picked the best options for you to do just that. Show More Summary
Jacob Knight examines Brian De Palma's gloriously excessive gangster remake. Read more...
De Palma Looks Into the Controversial Filmmaker's Soul and Finds—What Else?—Stories by Sean Nelson I don't know which clever wag first coined the expression "style over substance," but whoever it was did a great job of defining a kind...Show More Summary
Brian De Palma’s 1998 film is an experimental conspiracy thriller skewering the very nature of impropriety. Read more...
Capone's Art-House Round-Up with GENIUS, DE PALMA, RAIDERS!, THE AMERICAN SIDE, and OUR LAST TANGO Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into art houses or coming out in limited release around America this week (maybe even taking up one whole screen at a multiplex near you). Show More Summary
If the New Hollywood of the 1970s was a high school, Steven Spielberg would be the sensitive one, Martin Scorsese the cool guy, George Lucas the dork, Francis Ford Coppola the leader, and Brian De Palma the deviant. The man behind some...Show More Summary
Before you go see De Palma, the new documentary about the director's life, here are a things to know
Few directors in Hollywood history have a weirder filmography than Brian De Palma. He's made some of the most successful movies of the last few decades — The Untouchables, Scarface, Mission: Impossible — but alongside them on his iMBD are such movies as Sisters, Obsession, and Body Double, films that ... More »