Though they recorded several Grammy Award winning records together, they were never rock stars and most people would never recognize them. They called themselves "The Wrecking Crew."
Criterion has done cinema a good deed by getting Wicki's first film out into the world. Let's hope that there are more to follow.
Be warned: the queer love in "Rebels of the Neon God" has no real obvious payoff (especially by today's standards), but it does have a strangely visceral one.
"Unfinished Business" attempts to mix the lowest of frat-boy humor with something heartfelt; there's enough warm family moments to charm your grandma and enough gratuitous dick humor to please the crowd at a kegger.
It doesn't break new ground, but "Creep" is an efficient little thriller with a terrific performance by Mark Duplass and a super-unsettling werewolf mask called "Peach Fuzz."
A horror/comedy in the vein of "Shaun of the Dead" hits shelves under the Scream Factory trademark, one of those highly praised films that fell under the radar a decade ago.
This beautifully-shot drama about religious imposition and cultural vandalism plays out not only in unoccupied city but also across desert terrain, where a herdsman and his family try to pursue their own peaceful lives.
By combining the character-focused lyricism of Miyazaki's lighter works ("Totoro") with the dense mythology of his epics ("Princess Mononoke,") "Spirited" makes a claim toward being his magnum opus.
French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Love's new movie is a love story of the music of a generation where the plot and people involved really do take a back seat.
The Folsom Street Fair is an important part of LGBTQ history. Luckily, this documentary sheds a little light to its history and impact on one of the largest and most significant cities in queer history.