Steve Erickson

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  • Despite his superficial unpredictability from film to film, François Ozon's work often examines sexual states of flux, especially among teens and young women. His latest, Young & Beautiful, explores the world of Isabelle (Marine...

  • In this 1954 suspense classic (screening in a painstakingly restored 35mm print), Alfred Hitchcock's masterful style is built around the immobility of his hero, Jeff (James Stewart), a photographer temporarily confined to his Greenwich Village...

  • It's odd to feel nostalgic for a film as brutal as this, but watching George A. Romero's 1968 debut shocker now makes one long for the days when American horror movies were serious visions of horror, not slasher retreads with MTV...

  • Recovering from his compromised stint at the helm of Miramax's Mimic, Mexican horror director Guillermo Del Toro went the independent route, hooking up with producers Pedro and Agustín Almodóvar for this period thriller. (And...

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    Director Tsui Hark returns to his Hong Kong roots for Time and Tide.

  • 15 years ago | Film Reviews

    Julian Schnabel paints another portrait of creative tragedy in Before Night Falls.


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