Jason Bailey is film editor for Flavorwire. His work has appeared at The Atlantic, Slate, Salon, and the Dissolve. He is the author of books on 'Pulp Fiction,' Woody Allen, and Richard Pryor.
Twenty years ago, Pulp Fiction unapologetically sampled and remixed film history. So why did it feel so original?
The director's movies aren't actually that incendiary, but media's reception of 'Do the Right Thing' 23 years ago created an unfair image that persists today.
In 'Killer Joe' and 'Compliance,' voyeurs are villains. But doesn't the camera turn everyone into voyeurs?
Critics proclaiming the end of art cinema are missing out on the way 'Pulp Fiction' inspired a generation to rethink the distinctions between "high" and "low" movies.
The new documentary Room 237 spotlights some strange fan theories about The Shining—but are they stranger than any given "eureka" theory about a film's meaning?
On July 4, in France, I felt just how well Robert Altman captured our national character.
The director's style has changed dramatically since Boogie Nights, and the turning point may have been Punch-Drunk Love.Boogie Nights, Punch-Drunk Love, and The Master (New Line / The Weinstein Compan...