Dive into the prolific and iconic career of character actor Peter Stormare.
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Author: Mary Beth McAndrews
In examining his filmography, there is no denying Alex Garland's fixation on the illusion of control, as well as the many faces and dimensions of control.
From parodying melodrama to introducing us to strange alternate dimensions, the wild world of 'Twin Peaks' will keep you pressing play.
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.