Ten (or So) Great Films

The best response to one list is another, different list. Therefore, in honor of the latest BFI/Sight and Sound Poll of greatest films (in which Vertigo supplanted Citizen Kane for numero uno), here’s my list.  You should definitely make your … Continue reading

Things to Come (1936)

H.G. Wells apparently hated Fritz Lang’s science fiction epic, Metropolis (1927), and considered it an attack on science. When he was given control of the production of Things to Come, he told director William Cameron Menzies that he wanted to … Continue reading