Jake Thomas is a writer/actor currently living in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from NYU with degrees in Theatre and English Lit. He spends his days watching movies, working to pay the rent, and now, apparently, blogging. His personal website, which includes some of his short stories and other projects, can be found at www.ragingsquidink.com
Lynch's sci-fi epic was derided upon its initial release, then gained a cult following. But how does it look on Blu-ray?
Adam Scott gives a fascinating performance in this otherwise unexceptional and confused indie flick.
Indican releases two low-budget films that are also, sadly, low quality.
The Little Mermaid is transformed into something entirely new in the hands of Japanese animation genius Hayao Miyazaki.
Nicholas Ray's subversive, complex take on the American Dream gets a worthwhile Criterion treatment.
Filmmaker Jon Reiss gives a stirring account of alternative film distribution in these radically changing times.
A "Choose Your Own Adventure"-style film with over 30 different endings, all a good time.
Hill's second novel follows a man, literally hell-bent on revenge, who sprouts horns. How devilish!
William Friedkin investigates the counterfeit image of the rogue cop in this intense, unusual thriller.
Tony Jaa rises to action hero status with two epic, awesome fight flicks.