As fashion week comes to a close today, we'll take this opportunity to reflect on some of the things we've seen: A leopard print, ankle length cape. Black eye makeup coordinated to match Ash Wednesday smudges. People--lots of people--turn down free beer. Some really high, like suborbital high, heels ... More >>
Irish-born Stephen Boyd was best known as the chariot riding hottie in Ben-Hur--a guy whose dimpled cheeks and sculptured chin could distract the Christians even as they were being thrown to the lions. But let's not forget his roles opposite Susan Hayward and Doris Day, not to mention The Oscar, th ... More >>
The best video collection in New York was shipped to a Sicilian town with a promise that it would be kept accessible to cinephiles. Here's what really happened to it.
Female division. In the talking era. According to Michael Musto. Feel free to do your usual whining and add your own faves.
Robert Evans is the actor who became Paramount's head of production in the 1970s and who spouted lots of colorful wisdoms at the time--some on-target, some not--according to Peter Bart's book about his own years spent at the studio. Here are some of the highlights that emerged from Evans' very mout ... More >>
A new kind of youth movie for these uncertain times
The best filmmaker you never heard of
Godard's 50-years-young classic makes its bid to become immortal
Cult novel must continue its search for a worthy film adaptation
The director's great balls of fire
A visual feast for the Francophile
Preminger gets his day at Film Forum
How much is that mosh pit in the boutique window?
Fading towns but rising talent in Rebecca Curtis's debut story collection
For Day Night Day Night director Julia Loktev
The varied provocations of a mainstream auteur
Thank hell for little girls: Jailbait revenge fantasy is guilty pleasure, then pure torture
A Pro-Weasel Shopping Survey
For Lesbians, Age Counts Less Than Attitude. At 50, I'm a Non-Recovering Punk.
The Pursuit of Paris