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  • Film Review: 'Gone Girl'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A lady vanishes and is soon presumed dead, but it's her marriage that winds up on the autopsy table in "Gone Girl," David Fincher's intricate and richly satisfying adaptation of Gillian Flynn's 2012 mystery novel. Surgically precise, grimly funny and entirely mesmerizing over the course of its swift 149-minute running time, this taut yet expansive psychological thriller represents an exceptional pairing of filmmaker and material, fully expressing Fincher's cynicism about the information age and his abiding fascination with the terror and violence lurking beneath the surfaces of contemporary American life. Graced with a mordant wit as dry and chilled as a good Chablis, as well as outstanding performances from Ben Affleck and a revelatory Rosamund Pike, Fox's Oct. 3 wide release should push past its preordained Oscar-contender status to galvanize the mainstream.
  • REVIEW: 'The Downpour' by Route 66 Theatre Co. ★★★

     REVIEW: 'The Downpour' by Route 66 Theatre Co. ★★★½
    The best thrillers — and, believe me, playwright Caitlin Parrish's grippingly intimate new play "The Downpour" is as tense and disturbing an experience as any thriller you might find at the multiplex — are rooted in quotidian, real-life fears....

    New York Fashion Week: Altuzarra's fearless females

    Reading in the show notes that the inspiration for the Joseph Altuzarra spring collection was not only the 1968 horror film "Rosemary's Baby," but also the 1975 period piece "Barry Lyndon" was a lot to chew ‎on. But it turned out, what the designer...

    Director William Castle, king of the gimmick, gets a retrospective

    Producer-director William Castle was something of a P.T. Barnum. The master showman took out an insurance policy from Lloyd's of London for his 1958 thriller "Macabre," supposedly just in case anyone died of fright during the film. He created an even...

    Venice: Q And A With Saverio Costanzo, Director Of Adam Driver-Starrer 'Hungry Hearts'

    Italian director Saverio Costanzo broke out internationally in 2004 with "Private," which was set in a Palestinian home in an occupied zone. "Hungry Hearts," his fourth feature, in competition at Venice and also screening in Toronto, is instead set in New...