In this, its 15th iteration, Noir City shifts from showing obscure and long-lost noirs in order to focus on all sorts of heist films — many of them more modern but no less obscure.
At long last, the Alamo Drafthouse arrives in San Francisco to show us some movies.
A new documentary by friend of Mind Control, Jacob Bricca.
April showers bring May flowers. May flowers be enough to make up for my recommending you see the latest remake of Godzilla.
Don’t know what movies, old and new, you ought to be excited about seeing this April? Do not panic. We are here to assist.
Cheap Thrills is a depraved, cocaine-covered punch in the nose, except you’re punching yourself—as hard as you can—for money.
“I say, if I need to cut (off) my arms in order to make that picture, I will cut (off) my arms. I was even ready to die doing that.”
‘When, oh when’ they will sob in their luncheon-meat cocoons, ‘will I ever release a film that anyone in their right mind would want to see?’
Everyone’s running and screaming about this month’s movie guide. Join them. See these movies and become one with the universe. We guarantee it.
How many films have you seen in 2014 so far? What? None!?
What movies of interest are coming your way this month, you lovely Bay Area folks? Come on inside and we’ll fill you in.
New releases, rep picks, double features, film festivals, and movie marathons all demand your popcorn crunching, babysitter funding, brain whittling attention this November. But what if you can only make it to […]