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Past articles by Priscilla:

A Closer Look At The New Batmobile

Analyzing the DNA of Batman’s new ride. → Read More

Priscilla Page’s Best of 2019

Tried to include MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT again this year. Couldn't swing it. → Read More

The Universe Of John Wick

In JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3, the Devil truly is in the details. → Read More

Priscilla Page’s Top Nineteen Movies Of 2018

In which Priscilla has trouble narrowing it down to just Ten. → Read More

So. You’ve Decided To Turn RASHOMON Into A TV Series.

Better tread very carefully, Amblin. → Read More

POSSUM Review: Behold, The Most Beautifully Bleak Horror Film Of The Year

“Can you spy him, deep within? Little Possum, black as sin.” → Read More


“But they beckoned; leaves were alive; trees were alive. And the leaves being connected by millions of fibres with his own body, there on the seat, fanned it up and down; when the branch stretched he, too, made that statement. The sparrows fluttering, rising, and falling in jagged fountains were part of the pattern; the white and blue, barred with black branches. Sounds made harmonies with… → Read More

No Heroes Left: Revisiting THE LAST BOY SCOUT

'Nobody likes you. Everybody hates you. You're gonna lose. Smile, you fuck.' → Read More

The Transformative Dream Of ANNIHILATION

SPOILERS for Annihilation to follow “Usually if people are talking about what something means in a movie, it means you’ve got a movie people want to see. It’s like the obelisk in 2001. People went around for year sitting in McDonald’s and Bel Air cocktail parties saying, ‘What the hell does that obelisk mean?’” - William Friedkin “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light,… → Read More

Ursula K. Le Guin (1929

Remembering the literary icon, who died this week at the age of 88. → Read More

Priscilla’s Top Twenty-One Movies Of 2017

Crime, car chases, period pieces, love stories, and a hell of a lot of Jon Bernthal. → Read More

Patron Saints Of Imperfection: On Guillermo Del Toro’s Love Of Monsters

A look at the spiritual side of del Toro. → Read More

The Poetry Of BLADE RUNNER 2049

“Sometimes to love someone you gotta be a stranger.” → Read More

Wander Forever Between The Winds: A Tribute To PARIS, TEXAS

A look back at Wim Wenders’s homage/elegy to the American dream. → Read More


Spoilers, obviously. The big overarching theme of Twin Peaks: The Return seems to be what Miguel Ferrer’s Albert refers to in episode three as “the absurd mystery of the strange forces of existence.” (Coincidentally, this is also the subtitle of David Lynch’s unmade film Ronnie Rocket.) The original Twin Peaks was about how the trauma of one girl’s murder destroyed an entire town, unmooring its… → Read More

Once Upon A Pair Of Wheels: The Noir Fairytale Of BABY DRIVER

“Sometimes all I want to do is head west on 20 in a car I can’t afford with a plan I don’t have. Just me, my music, and the road.” → Read More

Get In: THE DRIVER’s Art Of The Chase

“I’m gonna catch me the cowboy that’s never been caught.” → Read More

Broad Cinema: An Arizona Of The Mind

“Sometimes it’s a hard world for the little things.” → Read More

Too Many Secrets: Decrypting SNEAKERS

In December 1969, young hackers Martin and Cosmo play at being Robin Hood in a college classroom. “The Republican Party just made a generous donation to the Black Panthers,” Martin announces. A little Santa Claus figurine oversees their endeavor on top of their computer. Their next move: funnel money from Richard Nixon’s personal checking account into the National Association to Legalize… → Read More

ALIEN: COVENANT Review: Sympathy For The Devil

A haunting descent into hell. → Read More