Wry and strange, whatever you may be expecting – this movie is something else.
The Linklater Project 6: subUrbia (1996)
The Eric Bogosian one, not the Penelope Spheeris one.
Get Ready for BRAIN DAMAGE
It actually WILL blow your mind.
“Werewolves Killed My Platoon!”: Neil Marshall’s DOG SOLDIERS
Featuring 12-foot-tall werewolves, plus you can learn the meaning of obscure Scottish slang, such as “bone.”
And in Marvel-land… Peter Parker Goes On Vacation
And Jake Gyllenhaal unleashes the power of B.A.R.F.
The Linklater Project 5: The Newton Boys (1998)
I hear the book is good?
The Linklater Project 4: Dazed and Confused (1993)
Party at the moon tower.
The Linklater Project 3: Bernie (2012)
A quirky, small-town murder comedy that really happened.
The Linklater Project 2: Fast Food Nation (2006)
I hate to break it to you: that special sauce is made of feces and human suffering.
The Linklater Project 1: Slacker (1991)
Completely of its time and as fresh and relevant now as it ever was, Slacker’s strangely packaged honesty is magnetic.
A primeval romance crime drama from the writer/director of Let The Right One In.
Introducing the Midnight Cinematic Index.
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Three O’Clock High is Maybe My Favorite 80’s Flick About High School
At least, it is for sure my favorite 80’s flick about high school bullies. And, though it’s far from an … More
My Favorite Fincher
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On Dirtbikes and Protest: 12 O’Clock Boys is a Stunner
So there’s this group of guys. At war with the law from birth, they have been cast aside, excluded, judged, … More