Mulholland Drive: Criterion Collection

November 17, 2015

Mulholland Drive (2001) started as a television pilot that did not get picked up by an American network. Instead of just letting it go and moving on to something else, David Lynch reunited his cast and crew for reshoots, filmed new material, which transformed... 

The Ten

January 15, 2008

Since The State broke up in 1995, fans of MTV’s answer to Saturday Night Live have been hoping for a reunion and the group has come close with Wet Hot American Summer (2001) and now The Ten (2007), a satire of the Ten Commandments. Imagine Krzysztof... 

Inland Empire

September 13, 2007

“A woman in trouble.” That is David Lynch’s concise synopsis for his latest film, Inland Empire (2006), but it could easily describe any one of his female protagonists, from Lula traveling along the weird, yellow brick road in Wild at Heart (1990)... 

Miami Vice

August 1, 2006

It has been 17 years since Miami Vice ended its successful run on television. It became a cultural phenomenon and has since become one of the iconic shows of the 1980s. Michael Mann executive produced and acted as its guiding force in terms of look and... 

The Baxter

February 23, 2006

The Baxter (2005) is about a nice guy named Elliot Sherman (Showalter). He’s the kind of guy who doesn’t get the girl in the movies. He reads the Dictionary for fun and is an accountant by trade (working for the second best firm in New York City no... 


January 16, 2002

Along with fellow actor Clint Eastwood, Danny DeVito has had an underrated career as a director. His best known efforts, Throw Momma from the Train (1987) and The War of the Roses (1989) demonstrated not only distinctive stylistic chops but a knack for...