Scout Tafoya is a film critic, video essayist, filmmaker, and author of Cinemaphagy: On The Psychedelic Classical Form of Tobe Hooper, the first book-length critical study of the director of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre." Originally from from Doylestown, PA, he is the creator of RogerEbert.com's The Unloved, the longest running video essay series on the web, about movies in need of a second look. His writing has appeared in the Village Voice, Film Comment, Nylon Magazine, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Film Stage among others. He is the director of over 25 feature films including "Eyam," "House of Little Deaths," and "Beata Virgo Viscera," which debuted on RogerEbert.com. His features and his extensive video essay work can be found at Patreon.com/honorszombie.
A dispatch from the NY Film Festival with the latest from Marco Bellocchio.
On three films from NYFF, including the latest from Bertrand Bonello.
On three films from NYFF, including an outstanding short.
Our monthly series of unloved films gets to Lloyd Kaufman, the King of Troma.
An interview with with Mathieu Amalric about his new film Hold Me Tight, starring Vicky Krieps.
A celebration of Erich von Stroheim and the new restoration of his film Foolish Wives.