I am proud to announce an official partnership between my video review channel, Quality Candor, and A Fistful of Film. On a (school-willing) biweekly basis, new reviews will be posted here as they appear on YouTube. In today’s installment, I give my humble assessment of a cool slice of 70s horror found in Willard HuyckContinue reading “Quality Candor Presents: Messiah of Evil (1973)”
Writers David Alkhed, Amos Lamb, and Saoirse Selway put their heads together to come up with the 10 best films of 2020.
Once again, writer Jacob Calta explores the teenaged exploits of American International Pictures, with one of their fun double bills.
Writer Jacob Calta returns with a new column format, and with a most unorthodox pair of films to kick off the proceedings.
Writer Jacob Calta takes a look at a most intriguing documentary
Writer Jacob Calta shakes, rattles, and rocks his way back around the clock to explore the teen films of American International Pictures.
Writer Jacob Calta reflects on the notorious 1974 crime thriller that further cemented Charles Bronson as an action star of the 20th century.
Today marks the birth of one of the looming legends of the modern motion picture, American director Stanley Kubrick. To commemorate this occasion, we at A Fistful of Film have chosen to examine a fair portion of his filmography, from his early studio pictures to his acclaimed latter-day output.
Today marks the birth of Sweden’s premier master of the motion picture, Ingmar Bergman. In honor of this occasion, we at A Fistful of Film have chosen some of our favorite films of his.
Like many people, I was not expecting to wake up and find that one of the greatest creative forces in the world of film has passed. Sadly, Italian composer Ennio Morricone has leftus at age 91. And while most people will point to the masterful music penned for the work ofSergio Leone or for blockbustersContinue reading “An Offbeat Marquee Tribute – Ennio Morricone”