From parodying melodrama to introducing us to strange alternate dimensions, the wild world of 'Twin Peaks' will keep you pressing play.
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Author: Mary Beth McAndrews
You won't want to look away from exquisite corpses in 'Hannibal.'
In a single shot with a single dress, Dorothy Arzner is able to capture the tone of gender tensions of the 1930s.
Karyn Kusama's films are complex, divisive, and beautiful which means she'll bring a fresh, new perspective on the well-known tale.
Much of the movie's shocking and gorgeous imagery is centered around the protagonist's body, but one of its most haunting shots involves a green apple and a single, creeping ant.
In just one shot, the horror of 'The Strangers' becomes apparent, its apprehensive and stomach-knotting tone is set, and hopelessness creeps in.
A single shot is Panos Cosmatos' 'Mandy' tells us everything we need to know about how the film's men view women.
The most upsetting moment shows the face of a traumatized boy as he listens to the screams of his mother.
The massacre scene is a harrowing and bleak example of creating fear through distance from violence.
What do American remakes miss in adapting Japanese horror films? One word: context.