The Confused Superficiality of The Neon Demon

It's always a moment of excitement/horror when I notice a new Nicolas Winding Refn film is playing nearby. I embraced his work on Bronson, a hyperkinetic, rage fueled, Clockwork Orange inspired weird-fest. I think Drive is one of the most overrated films of the past ten years and I often half-jokingly describe Only God Forgives as “the best comedy … Continue reading The Confused Superficiality of The Neon Demon

Goodbye, Anton Yelchin

An open letter I wish I wasn't writing this. A couple of days ago I couldn't think of what to write and today, in truly bittersweet fashion,  I'm writing a letter to Mr. Anton Yelchin. Nearly 4 years ago, I went to a Q & A screening of Like Crazy, and you were there to answer … Continue reading Goodbye, Anton Yelchin