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Birthing Bad: Lars von Trier’s Antichrist

My contribution to the engrossing new issue of The Acidemic Journal of Film and Media situates Lars von Trier’s divisive Antichrist in its “Nordic horror” genealogy. Advertisements

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Capsule Reviews: June 7 – 9

Black Narcissus (Michael Powell, 1947) – 5/5 One of the great exemplars of Technicolor cinematography (provided by Jack Cardiff, who also lensed Powell’s equally ravishing follow-up The Red Shoes [1948]) – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. A … Continue reading

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