Eric R Schiller is a writer and filmmaker in Toronto. He enjoys a good cup of coffee and a good story, well told. He blogs at ericrschiller.com about art, philosophy, spirituality and culture. Follow him on Twitter @EricRSchiller.
A neuroscientist, philosopher, and all-around bright guy takes a clear look at our concept of free will.
This demanding, postmodern epic is a hysterical, paranoid journey through the chaos at the end of WWII.
This quietly hilarious breakout for Wes Anderson remains his best.
David Lynch's most iconic film gets the technical respect it deserves.
Freak-folk's messiah offers up a touch of space rock.
A penetrating look into the darkness of human nature. A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life.
Overlooked tapes from an overlooked band offer a deep look into the creative process.
One of the last movies to use old-school Hollywood effects gets the latest digital treatment.
A hilarious modern classic takes a final bow.