Tag: escapefromnewyork

Sundance 2021 Preview: Words from Sono Sion to Get You Psyched for PRISONERS OF THE GHOSTLAND

After cramming what must be hundreds of hours of Japanese cinema into his brief 59 years on this planet, poet Sono Sion is on the brink of releasing his first entry into the American cinematic landscape. Callooh! Callay! Prisoners of...

CineMage - Episode One: How Old is the Cinema and Why am I Here?

U.S. Editor Benjamin Umstead's new column studies the intersections between film culture, social systems, mental health and the nature of self-awareness and actualization through a humorous lens.

Interview: THE RUNNING MAN Writer Steven E. de Souza on Living in the Future of 1987

One of the great modern thrills unique to being an aging science fiction fan is the rare privilege of living in a beloved film’s supposed dystopian future, ie the arbitrary years in which they’re set. Some faux-futures have come sooner...

DON'T LOOK NOW, It's A Remake

The most recent insult to original storytelling comes back to bite us in the face in the form of Don't Look Now, Nicholas Roeg's 1973 classic, lurid tale of loss and suspense. Expertly crafted and shot, the original adapted a...

Fox Wins The Rights To Remake ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK

Another one for the 'Is nothing sacred?!?' file in your life. After a competitive bidding session Twentieth Century Fox has emerged with the heads of its vanquished foes and the rights to remake John Carpenter's 1981 film and a cult...