Review: “Lucky” Curiously Resonates As The Denouement Of Acting Great Harry Dean Stanton

Dan Stephens looks at why this low-key, meditative character piece is such a compelling gem...

Review: “Lucky” Hands Over The Screen To The Late Harry Dean Stanton

Harry Dean Stanton's last major role sees him play Lucky in director John Carroll Lynch's feature film debut....
Posted On 21 Sep 2018

“David Lynch: The Art Life” Reveals Much Whilst Retaining Its Most Treasured Secret

Self-referential, infinitely intriguing and impossible to pin down David Lynch: The Art Life reveals much whilst still retaining its most treasured secret...
Posted On 20 Jun 2017

Top 10 Directorial Debuts

10 movies that remain defining pieces of work by filmmakers beginning their careers...
Posted On 06 Apr 2017
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Review: Surveillance

Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond are the FBI agents tracking a pair of violent killers in Jennifer Lynch's brilliantly suspenseful feature film debut. Daniel Stephens reviews this twisty thriller from the daughter of Blue Velvet and The Elephant Man director David Lynch.

Top10Films Presents Classic Scenes #1

[ad#Google – link ad rect 468px wide] Classics Scenes #1: David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet” Top10Films kicks off another new series with its first ‘Classic Scene’. This reoccurring feature will look at some of Hollywood’s most iconic,...