This Real Ghostbusters Christmas episode is amazing. The boys accidentally bust the 3 ghosts from a Christmas Carol.
This cover is everything.
How many directors have been on the cover of Rolling Stone (not including Affleck and Eastwood and Costner types)?
I’m directing a pilot for Machinima based on a comic book. It’s a very cool gig. My multiple viewings of PACIFIC RIM will finally be justified.
Guys, I found the best trailer ever. I need to see this movie now.
1) BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA
2) THE THING
4) ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK
5) THE FOG
6) PRINCE OF DARKNESS
7) IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS
8) ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13
9) THEY LIVE
EDITED TO ADD: I changed this list after rewatching several of his movies during October.
“All of the films I have made, that I have chosen to make, are all about the thin line between good and evil. And also the thin line that exists in each and every one of us. That’s what my films are about. That’s what To Live and Die in L.A. is about. There is a thin line between the policeman and the criminal. The best cops are always crossed. The best cops are the ones who are able to think like criminals. But for a quirk of fate, they might have been criminals.” —William Friedkin: The Hollywood Flashback Interviews
Read, learn, and absorb: screenplay by William Friedkin and Gerald Petievich based on the novel by Petievich [pdf]. (NOTE: For educational purposes only)
A 3D look at the cover art for the upcoming Criterion Collection Dual Format release of Michael Mann’s Thief
"James Caan stars, in one of his most riveting performances, as a no-nonsense ex-con safecracker planning to leave the criminal world behind after one final diamond heist, but discovering that escape is not as simple as he hoped. Finding hypnotic beauty in neon and rain-slick streets, sparks and steel, Thief effortlessly established the moody stylishness and tactile approach to action that would define such later iconic entertainments from Mann as Miami Vice, Manhunter, and Heat."
Designed by Fred Davis.
Available January 14th.
Polaroids of Winona Ryder in Girl Interrupted