Without Men, Without Women, Without RootsBy Julia Sirmons
As someone who devotes a significant chunk of her mental life to the question of women in film, the title Women Without Men intrigues, but ultimately stirs up a distinct sense of dread.
THE EARTH WILL DIE SCREAMINGBy Sarahjane Blum
If you somehow have never seen Doctor Who since it debuted on November 23, 1963 (the day after the Kennedy assassination), now is a good time to start.
WILD BOARS RUN AMOK: THE 2010 NY ASIAN FILM FESTIVALBy David Wilentz
A few years ago Subway Cinema, the group behind the New York Asian Film Festival, considered expanding their role as New Yorks avatar of wondrous Asian cinema with a distribution arm. Realizing it would be impossible to stay afloat in what proved to be the most difficult time ever for foreign films, they nixed the plan.
NOT OF OUR TIMEBy Julia Sirmons
One simply cannot deny that MetropolisLangs 1927 tale of insurrection and a maniacally sexy robot in a mechanized futuristic cityis not of our own time, and it took a helluva trip getting here.