- Screen Reviews
- January 26, 2021
Generoso reviews Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time, the mesmerizing second feature by Hungarian writer/director Lili Horvát.
Carl F Gauze catches a fleeting glimpse of Philippe Petit, the man who strung a wire between the towers of the World Trade Center and walked across it one morning.
Oliver Stone playing it safe? The biggest controversy surrounding his new film is it’s lack of controversy, as Steve Stav attests in his review of World Trade Center.
Could the real truth behind the terrorist attacks of 9/11 be even more sinister than "Bush knew"? James Mann seeks the Forbidden Truth in the new book by Jean-Charles Brisard & Gullaume Dasquie.
David Lee Beowulf weighs in with his views on the events of September 11th – complete with a reading list, natch. If you don’t throw yourself all out of whack with knee-jerk reactions, you might actually learn something.
Ten days after the terrorist attack, Tom Semioli was able to make his way to Ground Zero. Here’s his report from the front.
When asked for their thoughts on the tragedies of September 11, The Tyrants in Therapy responded with this eloquent short film, set to their own music.
Lee Ann Leach wonders why it takes a tragedy like the events of September 11 to get Americans to turn to religion.