Ok, enough joking around. The new issue of Reverse Shot is up and ready to go. This month's main symposium is a career retrospective of Jim Jarmusch, with at least one long piece on each of his features, a profile and feature story on Jarmusch and the Bill Murray persona, and a mini-symposium on his new film, Broken Flowers, which, hyped as it's been, has become something of an art-house event in New York, filling the Angelika to capacity -- and then some.
Also in the issue, don't miss this month's Shot/Reverse Shot in which two staff writers go head to head on contemporary horror, with The Devil's Rejects as a starting point; a spotlight on Junebug featuring an interview with the director, Phil Morrison; plus, reviews of upcoming and current releases, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Forty Shades of Blue, Land of the Dead, Searching for the Wrong Eyed Jesus, 2046, and Grizzly Man. Plus our expanded DVD section continues to grow.
Hours of cine-fun! Read till your eyeballs burst!
Your friendly neighborhood film fans.