Book Review – David Lynch’s Room To Dream

This long-awaited half-biography/half-memoir from one of the few directors whose singular vision has spawned an adjective, Lynchian (joining Felliniesque, Buñuelian, Gilliamesque and Cronenbergian), has finally arrived. The format is that his co-writer Kristine McKenna has written a linear biography, and then in alternating chapters Lynch responds to her chapters and tells his version of the … Continue reading Book Review – David Lynch’s Room To Dream

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Blu-Ray Review – Samuel Fuller at Columbia 1937-1961

Samuel Fuller at Columbia 1937-1961 is an extraordinary collection of films that the great American filmmaker made at Columbia, from his beginning as a writer for the studio to eventually being a director. Fuller actually got his start as a newspaper copyboy at 12 years old, and worked his way up until he was a … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Samuel Fuller at Columbia 1937-1961