This deceptively marketed film is no masterpiece, yet some may appreciate its arid atmosphere of downbeat nightmare.
All the Sins of Sodom and Vibrations’s tales of talky, restless, desperate, and sex-starved middle-class Americans.
With his novel, Hopscotch, Brian Garfield challenged himself to write a suspenseful spy tale in which nobody gets killed.
Whether we’ve seen or read the story before, we ache for these sympathetic, floundering people presented to us gravely and without cynicism, even when cynical themselves.
The house itself wants to pull the neurotic woman into its maw and absorb her whole as a literal housewife.
He carries the seeds of his own desperate, grasping, clammy doom…
I Married a Witch and Beauty and the Devil enjoy sophisticated evil.