Edited by Aaron Hillis
It was just a few days ago that I read in the Times about a woman named Suzanne Hart who "was crushed to death after the elevator she was stepping into lurched upward, pinning her between the outside of the car and the wall of the elevator shaft." What a way to go!
Will Oldham reads from Rudy Wurlitzers re-released novel
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 11, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 2 films in focus by Andrew Sarris 'Tis the season to grind out 10-best lists, and this is certainly not the year to turn one's back on tradition. Still, there is at least one prominent film critic who ... More >>
Plus 'Cruel Cinema,' Rudy Wurlitzer, and other spring film picks
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 10, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 6 films in focus By Andrew Sarris The subject of violence has been so persistently debated and so pretentiously demonstrated in recent movies that reviewers are beginning to sound more like revivalists ... More >>
Abridged for American consumption
Sure, there were missiles in Cuba. But what about the film critics' awards?
An apolitical look at the epic hero's oeuvre
Johnnie To, gunslinger, pays stylish homage to the good old days
L.A. gentrifiers pay tribute to a community under siege
Western tale of reburial knee deep in grimy detail, marred by Jones's simplistic persona
Conflicted directors and complicit spectators: A bloodstained century of cinema
Blood not-so-simple: David Cronenberg takes aim at on-screen and real-life violence
Wise old coots, opinionated colts, and the American frontier on display at westerns series
An anti-oater searches for the Man With No Name, who happens to be in town this week
Out of the Woods
On HBO, Falcon talks about his burgeoning drama career. Kidding he talks about his penis.
Notes on Hypothetical Hollywood