Bill Paxton

Near Dark

September 3, 2002 // 0 Comments

Released in 1987, Kathryn Bigelow’s "Near Dark" fused two movie mythologies – vampires and cowboys – and created a brooding horror film with faces bathed in dust as well as blood. Fifteen years after its theatrical release, the film [...]

Tombstone: Vista Series

February 19, 2002 // 0 Comments

I must confess, I’m not much a fan of the western genre. While only a recent handful of the dusty tales have genuinely appealed to me (including ‘Silverado,’ ‘The Quick and the Dead,’ and ‘Unforgiven’) I typically don’t seek out these [...]

Brain Dead

September 29, 2000 // 0 Comments

’Brain Dead’ is one of the first releases in a new line from New Concorde – formerly known as New Horizon – called ’The Actor’s Series’. This film definitely fits into this series, as it features performances by Bill Pullman and Bill [...]

A Simple Plan

June 6, 1999 // 0 Comments

If you had told me seventeen years ago that in 1998 Sam Raimi would direct an Oscar nominated film, I would have immediately believed you. Of course, I would have thought that the film in question was "Evil Dead IV" or something down those [...]
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