The Green Slime

Look out! Gamma Gamma Hey! It’s the attack of screaming, arm-waving green goober monsters from a rogue planetoid, here to bring joy to the hearts of bad-movie fans everywhere. Just make sure your ...

A Walk in the Sun

Lewis Milestone’s poetic character study of an infantry landing in Italy gives us a full dozen non-cliché portraits of men in war, featuring a dramatic dream team of interesting character actors. Dana ...

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2017: Mary Tyler Moore, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Honored During Touching In Memoriam

Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds and Mary Tyler Moore were just a few of the famous faces that were honored during the in memoriam at Sunday evening’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. Hosted live from the ...

Wagon Train: Star Robert Horton Dies at 91

Actor Robert Horton died, March 9, 2016, at the age of 91. Horton rose to TV fame in the role of Flint McCullough, on the long-running Wagon Train TV series. The western ran on NBC from 1957 to 1962, ...

Daily | Film Comment, [in]Transition, Audiovisual Essay

A new issue of Film Comment is out and a generous slice of it is online. Amy Taubin talks with David Fincher about Gone Girl, Quintín considers the work of Lisandro Alonso and Robert Horton previews ...

Daily | Film Comment, [in]Transition, Audiovisual Essay

A new issue of Film Comment is out and a generous slice of it is online. Amy Taubin talks with David Fincher about Gone Girl, Quintín considers the work of Lisandro Alonso and Robert Horton previews ...

The Green Slime

“It isn’t necessary to imagine the world ending in fire or ice. There are two other possibilities: one is paperwork, and the other is nostalgia.” Frank Zappa For most people nostalgia is just ...

Critics on Parade in Seattle: Curating, Writing Long vs. Short and Inviting Snark

Critics on Parade in Seattle: Curating, Writing Long vs. Short and Inviting Snark At the recent Seattle Film Festival, Eric Kohn of Indiewire (@erickohn) moderated a panel discussion of the current state of film criticism and coverage today. I joined Seattle critics Robert Horton ...

Seattle International Film Festival Announces Winners

HollywoodNews.com: The 38th Seattle International Film Festival, the largest and most highly-attended event of its kind in the United States concluded today with the announcement of the Siff 2012 ...

Steven Soderbergh's "Haywire"

"Haywire reunites director Steven Soderbergh with screenwriter Lem Dobbs," begins Josef Braun. "Though not as revelatory or formally engaged as The Limey, the pair's 1999 sleeper, which marked a ...

Daily Briefing. Best of 2011 Blowout

Appropriately for the last day of the year, we've got some major additions to the Awards and Lists 2011 Index, beginning with "Moments of 2011." Moving Image Source has asked around 50 "regular ...

Daily Briefing. Kim Jong-il, Cinephile

From Team America: World Police (2004) "The task set before the cinema today is one of contributing to people's development into true communists... This historic task requires, above all, a ...

Toronto 2011. Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive"

"Brutal men in desperate situations are Nicolas Winding Refn's stock and trade," begins Nick Schager, "a preoccupation that continues with Drive, the story of a nameless Hollywood stuntman and ...

"Cars 2" + Local and Int'l Scenes

"Cars 2, directed (like several great Pixar films of the last two decades) by John Lasseter, finds itself in the unlucky position of the not-so-bright kid in a brilliant family," finds Slate's Dana ...

"Page One," "Buck," "Kidnapped," "Green Lantern," More

Of all the movies that have opened this weekend, the one that's generated the most interesting press by far is Page One: Inside The New York Times. The usual round of promotional interviews, for ...

"Submarine," "Beginners," "X-Men," Early Word on "Super 8" and More

"With his Bud Cort haircut and morbid sensibility, Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) is too smart for Swansea, Wales, an industrial city mired in some seriously mid-80s Thatcherite doldrums," begins Vadim ...

Mark Rahner Talks Rotten

As the wave of zombie appreciation continues to ebb and flow, fans have already begun their search for the next phase of undead stories. The “siege” mentality (“They’re at the door trying to break in ...

Zombies in the Old West? Damn Right! Saddle up for HorrorBid's Rotten Comic Review

Rotten is the S'mores of zombie comics. The Rocky Road of westerns. Meaning; it combines 3 of my favorite things into one delicious package. Namely; zombies, westerns, and a tough as railroad-spikes ...

[DVD Review] The Green Slime

Imagine a film that combines the plots of Armageddon and Alien, and puts everyone in swinging 60s attire. That more or less approximates to The Green Slime, a film that so perfectly embraces the ...

DVD Review: The Green Slime

The Green Slime DVD Remaster Directed by Kinji Fukasaku Starring Robert Horton, Luciana Paluzzi, Richard Jaeckel Warner Bros Home Entertainment Release date: October 26, 2010 The year 1968 was ...

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