The Hogs of Cold Harbor is a wonderful absurdist Civil War epic that boldly questions the status quo of patriotism and social dogmas. Telling the “obscene” story of how the Confederate States of America saw themselves as the heroes against Lincoln and Grant’s villainous Union (a perspective so alien to the mainstream no agent would probably touch it) the story skewers the plight of humanity, human beings forced to self-define their own “honor” in the midst of moral chaos.
Fidayeen could well be called an anti-war novel, in the sense that it objectively analyzes multiple points of view from a large cast of fictional characters, most of which are armed and…
One of my favorite films is considered a masterpiece of 1976. I first watched it as a teenager and even back then I knew this was one to be studied.
Dogville might not be my personal favorite, but I wouldn’t argue with anyone who said it it’s the best movie ever made. It combined everything I love about the theater Continue Reading
My mother once told me that Little Big Man was one of her favorite movies. I remember her saying that the 1960s were a very cynical decade but that the Continue Reading
Girly is one of those rare cinema gems that denies you a gut reaction and leaves you in a state of perpetual confusion…until days later when you realize you’ve actually Continue Reading
Winter is here bringing with it challenges for those sleeping rough.
The death of the live audience reaction is was what killed the clown.
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This Summer was slow. Slow in the way that summers used to be, when you were younger and life stretched out in front of you.