Around 1937, Wolcott Gibbs, editor for The New Yorker from 1927 till the day he died, received a request from Katherine White. She was trying out a new batch of writers and wanted a general set of guidelines from Gibbs.
There’s a new Home Alone movie out, called Home Sweet Home Alone. It’s a soft-reboot (meaning a sequel in the series that just retreads the plot of the original film with new characters), and the titular ‘Home Sweet Home’ is
Hell in the Pacific is a 1968 film by John Boorman. During the second world war, an American pilot (Lee Marvin) washes up on a deserted island in the pacific and finds that he is not alone. A Japanese naval
To celebrate the announcement of Dune Part Two as well as the upcoming The Incal film, let’s revisit a strange time in movie history when the world’s of Dune and Alejandro Jodorowsky intersected briefly. Jodorowsky is supremely weird, and the