Archive for March 8th, 2000

The General’s Daughter

As a film, “The General’s Daughter” is as conflicted as its characters.
At first glance, the film looks like another one of those John Grisham Southern thrillers. It’s images are soaked in a golden honey hue, and you can literally feel the humidity and smell the sweat that permeates each and every scene. Read the rest of this entry »

The Exorcist

“The Exorcist” is my favorite film of all time, a jarring, seamless exercise in horror that still works its voodoo 27 years after its original release. Currently haunting theater screens is a new edition of the film, an expanded version championed by writer William Peter Blatty. Read the rest of this entry »