In 1974, John Boorman made a post-apocalyptic fantasy called Zardoz, and it was universally panned by audiences and critics like. It also tainted Sean Connery’s career for over a decade. In 2016, Legends Podcast challenged Arthouse Legends to watch this movie. Consider the challenge met.
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The Stranger (1946)
Posted March 27th, 2020 -
After World War II, Hollywood was looking to return to doing what it does best and with a new paranoia of international intrigue and the return of history’s most notorious villains, producer Sam ...
Best Films of 2019
Posted March 25th, 2020 -
Yes, this list should have been released 3 months ago, but better late than never. MovieDude Eric goes over the best films of the year that saw the ends of several long-running series, a rise in independent ...
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
Posted March 20th, 2020 -
In 2008, Korean filmmaker Jee-woon Kim crafted a Spaghetti Western inspired in large part by Sergio Leone set in pre-war Korea pitting a wacky thief, a vicious gangster and mysterious cowboy in a race ...
Arthouse Summer: The Goonies
Posted July 28th, 2018 -
In 1985, Steven Spielberg was at a new height in his career. He was not only a powerful director, but had started branching out in to producing very successful films as well. Enter The Goonies, reteaming ...
A Fantastic Woman
Posted July 26th, 2018 -
In 2017, the Chilean film A Fantastic Woman became a sensation on the film festival circuit and became Chile’s entry for the Foreign Language Academy Award, which it would go on to win. The film ...
Posted July 12th, 2018 -
In 2004, Pixar Studios worked with Iron Giant director Brad Bird on his first 3-D animation film known as The Incredibles. The film about a family of superpowered humans quickly became benchmark for both ...
The Disaster Artist
Posted June 18th, 2018 -
In 2017, actor/director James Franco unleashed his most mainstream film to date to South by Southwest Film Festival to near-unanimous acclaim. That film, The Disaster Artist, depicts the wild production ...
Stop Making Sense
Posted June 7th, 2018 -
In 1984, indie filmmaker Jonathan Demme got the cooperation of 80s cult rock band Talking Heads to film their live show at the Pantages Theater. The result is Stop Making Sense, a concert film that elevated ...