Since devising a makeshift screen out of a sheet while using a primitive light source to project a John Waters film, humans have gathered together at the temple of schlock to view outrageous movies. In furtherance of that practice, for the past year and a half, the Burnout Society Film Club has indulged in double
The best things we saw on the big screen It’s that time of year— time to look back at the best of the year in cinema. But since this list is compiled at end of October, films to be released in the last two months cannot be included. So here is a list of the
Halloween season is upon us, and the Michigan and State Theaters are offering up treats with hardly a trick in sight. Those who revel in all things Halloween should start marking calendar dates because there’s a lot to scream about all month long— after all, Halloween comes but once a year, at least officially. Don’t-miss
“We are Not Princesses,” a documentary feature about a group of Syrian women living in a refugee camp in Lebanon, played at the premiere Nevertheless Film Festival at the Michigan Theater on July 14.
Jim Jarmusch: An Unconventional Filmmaker In 1984, director Jim Jarmusch went to the Cannes Film Festival for the first time and won the Camera d’Or for Stranger Than Paradise, a film that would define modern American independent cinema. This year, his latest film, The Dead Don’t Die, opened the festival. In the thirty odd years