An interview with Lloyd Kaufman, the co-founder of Troma Films, on the eve of the release of his last movie.
The similarities between Miyazaki and the Star Wars sequel trilogy run deep, whether you’re talking about how the films look, feel, or what they’re really about.
Matt writes: Scott Wilson (1942-2018) may be best known to modern viewers for his work on "The Walking Dead," yet his great screen career spanned several decades and included numerous memorable performances. His first two films, both released in 1967, proved to be classics: "In the Heat of the Night" and "In Cold Blood." He earned a Golden Globe nomination for acting opposite Stacy Keach in William Peter Blatty's 1980 horror offering, "The Ninth Configuration," and went on to be featured in unforgettable pictures such as "The Right Stuff," "Dead Man Walking" and "Junebug."