Buried Alive (1990)

Taphophobia is the fear of being buried alive, something the coffin horror sub-genre (yes, I just coined that term) has ripley exploited since the tradition was established with Edgar Allan Poe's deliciously dark short story 'The Premature…

Greenberg (2010)

Noah Baumbach’s films can be summed up by the screenplays for each.  2006’s debut The Squid and the Whale was a viciously spun tale, with sharp lines, an understated groove with painfully real dramatic pauses, 2008’s follow up Margot at The…

Greenberg (2010)

Yes, no, maybe Writer-director Noah Baumbach, whose best-known features are The Squid and the Whale and Margot at the Wedding, has specialized in spoiled middle-class American intellectual types. His Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller) is…

Greatest Last Lines in Film

In film, that final scene and those last few lines are what linger long after the lights come up. Those last lines have the power to cement or save what you've just seen; they can turn it all on it's head and invite a re-evaluation; they…