Keith Archive

Movie Review: ‘A Haunting In Cawdor’

In “Ed Wood” there’s a scene in which the titular schlockmeister claims he could make an entire movie out of a bunch of random stock footage. He then proceeds to outline a nonsensical plot involving explosions, buffalo, and the military—sloppily stitching together a narrative ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Dead Room’

Ghost hunting seems like a pretty boring obsession. You sit around in an empty house waiting, waiting, waiting for something to happen, and then, if you’re really lucky, a door mysteriously cracks open or the temperature drops a couple degrees. To say that “The ...Read More

Movie Review: ’11 Minutes’

Jerzy Skolimoski’s “11 Minutes” runs about 80 minutes but takes place, as the title suggests, over a mere 11-minute span. The movie begins at 5:00 on an unspecified day and ends at 5:11. Within this brief timeframe, Skolimowski juggles a handful of mini-narratives happening ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Mr. Right’

If you’ve been longing for a return to the late 90s, when every Blockbuster Video in America was glutted with darkly comic crime thrillers chasing the “Pulp Fiction” gold, then “Mr. Right” has your ticket. The film’s screenplay is such a throwback to the ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Preppie Connection’

Is there anyone more hateable than a prep school kid? The smug sense of entitlement, the class privilege worn as casually as a popped-collar polo, the comfort in the knowledge that they are better than you simply by dint of birthright. Are all those ...Read More