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For the two men performing Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame” in the documentary ME TO PLAY, that imperative echoes through the towering Irish modernist playwright’s often-quoted line (from his 1953 novel “The Unnamable”): “You must go on. I can’t go on. I’ll go on.”
David Berman’s 2019 suicide left American music without one of its great depressive lyrical geniuses. The singer, songwriter, poet and academic was known as the …
MARY JANE’S NOT A VIRGIN ANYMORE (1996) is Riot Grrrl meets CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, celebrating its heroine’s agency by charting her route to it, fueled by feminist sass and a gender-fluid sensibility, lots of raw candor and barbed wit, and the absolute charm of its cast.
Best known by American cult-cinema obsessives for 1977’s “House,” Japanese filmmaker Nobohiku Obayashi’s late-career trio of pacifist epics are now on Fandor.
(Knightriders is currently available to watch for FREE on Fandor, where subscribers can also see Romero’s Season of the Witch, The Crazies, and Night of …
As we dive headlong and heedlessly into the very swamp of August, streets on fire and cooling systems sputtering on the brink of collapse, what better recourse than to embrace the heatwave with open arms and check out these summer-themed Fandor favorites.
By Don Stradley There’s something about Walter the police chief that isn’t right. As played by Peter Stormare in Small Town Murder Songs, he’s a …