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Parting shots

7 films

BAM’s “The Late Film” series gathers auteurs in twilight. By Keith Uhlich

There are currently few (all right, no) other…

  • Pather Panchali
  • Aparajito
  • The Music Room
  • The World of Apu
  • Devi - The Goddess

India song

7 films

Lincoln Center’s “First Light: Satyajit Ray from the Apu Trilogy to the Calcutta Trilogy” showcases a master. By Keith Uhlich

  • Judy
  • Pain and Glory
  • Joker
  • Jojo Rabbit
  • The Irishman

For Whom the Zell Tolls or: I Ren/I Ren So Far A-Née

14 films

[Published on Letterboxd, Substack, and The Completist]

The Oscars are a good excuse to throw a party. (If you come…

  • Certified Copy
  • Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids
  • Song to Song
  • Vitalina Varela
  • Godzilla

Decade-Dance: 10 For '10s

10 films

[Published on Letterboxd, The Completist, and Substack]

1. Certified Copy (2010) 2. Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids (2016) 3.…

  • The X Files
  • The X Files: I Want to Believe

Top 11 X-Files Monsters (of the Week)

2 films

[Published July 15th, 2008, UnderGroundOnline (UGO)]

By Keith Uhlich

Introduction

X-Files creator/producer Chris Carter has described the upcoming theatrical feature,…

  • First Blood
  • Rambo: First Blood Part II
  • Rambo III
  • Rambo

Rambo: The Complete Collector's Set

4 films

[Published June 10th, 2008, UnderGroundOnline (UGO)]

In the special features for Rambo: The Complete Collector's Set (a six-disc DVD package…

  • A Movie
  • Eat
  • xXx

Woodstock Film Festival, September 20–23, 2001

3 films

[Published October 10th, 2001, Show Business Weekly]

There was a sense of purpose in the upstate New York town of…

  • The Indian Tomb
  • The Spirit of the Beehive
  • Return of the Jedi
  • Clash of the Titans
  • The Thing with Two Heads

Top 11 Movie Monsters

11 films

[Published January 2008, UnderGroundOnline (UGO)]

The most ingenious aspect of the upcoming Cloverfield is the William Castle-esque viral marketing of…