The two big weeks of premieres are over, but there are a few stragglers – Eugene has the rundown for the week.
Film & Television
TV Critic Eugene walks you through what’s on TV this week, giving you the info you’ll need to decide what to (and what not to) watch.
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.
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.
By Katy Shick Forty-six years after the breakup of The Beatles, dozens if not hundreds of books and documentaries have […]
By Eugene Sims Ladies and gentleman, THIS is my favorite time of year. The new television season is upon us! […]
By Chad Nance In around three months, when the dust has cleared on what has been a historically ridiculous presidential […]
By Katy Shick Two of the great freedoms promised in America are the right to have children and rear them […]
By Katy Shick When Baxter Fang, the grown son of performance artists, Caleb and Camille Fang, finally finds the nerve […]
a/perture Cinema, New Winston Museum, & The Piedmont Triad Film Commission Present “Made in the Triad”
By Staff Collaborative partners a/perture cinema, New Winston Museum and The Piedmont Triad Film Commission are pleased to announce the […]