Is there going to be a lot of nostalgia now for 90s Grant Morrison, Disinfo, one-hit wonder bands like Cornershop and White Town, and a time when conspiracy culture seemed more anodyne and fringe?
Drive-in audiences were surely confounded by this hateful, relentlessly downbeat, mostly plotless hicksplo cheapie from Gary Graver, DP of Orson Welles' The Other Side of the Wind. The performances, from character actors like Cameron Mitchell and Peter Jason, and Maureen McCormick, are good, despite a lack of character development. Mitchell's son, the ostensible lead of the film, drifts across the narrative as a cipher, with barely any dialog and little screen time compared to Mitchell and his hunting buddies. Graver…