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Taxi Driver – 40th Anniversary

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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of TAXI DRIVER, we will be devoting the entire month of May to that film.

We – Eric Peeper and myself – will be posting images, quotes, behind-the-scenes stuff, excerpts from my book THE PASSION OF MARTIN SCORSESE, quizzes, and even an exclusive online course.

So … be sure to come back to check it out!

You can also join us on the Facebook page for daily updates on TAXI DRIVER.

 

 

Casino: It was 20 years ago today …

  Actually, to be honest, it was 20 years ago yesterday. On November 22, 1995, Martin Scorsese’s CASINO opened in the theatres all across the United States. To me, that film has always been quite underrated. When it was first released Casino was superficially and unfairly tagged “GoodFellas removed to Las Vegas.” — “So striking are the films’ similarities that Casino’s raison d’être seems unclear,”…

A Chilling Inward Glance

  by Eric Peeper Something Chilling As Halloween Approaches ….  Scorsese is an ardent admirer of Val Lewton’s psychological suspense pictures. This culminated brilliantly with his narrating and producing Kent Jones’ terrific documentary on Lewton. But in several ways it also leads back to Scorsese’s contribution to his friend Steven Spielberg’s series Amazing Stories. Scorsese’s…

It Is Happening Again …

  WOW, BIG NEWS: I started a new book. Just now! Today! The funny thing is, I had no idea I was going to do it. It just happened. Randomly? Or by what Carl Jung called synchronicity? I will tell the story of how it came about very soon. Since my Scorsese book was published…

3 unusual Christmas films

  You can find lists of classic Holiday movies many places, but today I will discuss three very unusual Christmas films. They are films that you probably know, but that you may never have thought of as Christmas films.   1. Profondo Rosso (Dario Argento 1975) A neatly decorated living room with a Christmas tree…

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Welcome to my world. My name is Annette Wernblad, and one thing I love more than I can explain is finding the deeper layers of meaning in films. In my work I use my own unique blend of film analysis, mythology, and psychology. In my courses and products you can learn how to get more…