At its heart “Phantasm” is a film about the fears of being a teen boy. Fears of abandonment, rejection, sex, females, and in the end, death itself, are manifest in this hypnagogic fever dream.
Author: Chad Nance
This is a 4k, pixel by pixel restoration, painstakingly created from the original elements. “Phantasm”, the very definition of a scrappy indie, has never been available with this kind of quality, even in its original release.
With “Grant Wood and the American Farm” Reynolda House has once again blessed us with a perceptive exhibition that mixes beauty, craft, and intellect in a way that challenges and satisfies.
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