8 1/2 (1963)

On today’s episode of Cinemallennials, I talk with another K Cut podcast host, James Bunn about Frederico Fellini’s master work on the process of filmmaking, 8 ½. Frederico Fellini’s legacy is that of his films, grounded fantasy, a cavalcade of nostalgia, fever dreams, lust, and desire. From Tim Burton to David Lynch, Fellini is reveredContinue reading “8 1/2 (1963)”

Paths of Glory (1957) | Cinemallennials

On today’s episode, I talked with Nick Reed about the 1957 anti-war film, Paths of Glory, directed by the great Stanley Kubrick. Based on real-life events, Paths of Glory stars Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, who is ordered by his pompous, and overambitious commanding officer, played by George Macready to lead a suicide mission. AfterContinue reading “Paths of Glory (1957) | Cinemallennials”

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) | Cinemallennials

On today’s episode, I talked with Frances Mulraney, a former colleague of mine who picked, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari or in its original German, Das Kabinett des Dr. Caligari. Described as the first true horror film by Roger Ebert, and the precursor to art house films by Danny Peary, The Cabinet of Dr. CaligariContinue reading “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) | Cinemallennials”

A Trip To The Moon (1902) | Cinemallennials

On this week’s episode, I talked with Olivia Dalessandro, who picked 1902’s, A Trip to the Moon or Le Voyage dans la Lune written, directed and starring the one man studio himself, George Méliès. Inspired by the writings of the godfather of science fiction, Jules Verne, Méliès is the first to bring science-fiction and fantasyContinue reading “A Trip To The Moon (1902) | Cinemallennials”

The Man Who Laughs (1928) | Cinemallennials

On today’s episode, I talked with actor Derrin Stull, who picked The Man Who Laughs. You know when we were all kids and some of us including myself dressed up as what we were told were the classic Halloween costumes? Y’know like the Mummy, Frankenstein’s monster, Dracula? Well, our main character Gwynplaine should be heldContinue reading “The Man Who Laughs (1928) | Cinemallennials”