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Manglehorn (2015)

“I’m a wounded man.”

Manglehornthe latest feature from filmmaker David Gordon Green, will rarely be seen this year. It’s a little and narrow-minded movie. 631 more words


10 most anticipated films of the next 3 months

I’ve had varying success in watching my last 10 most anticipated films. I’ve so far managed to see 7 of them – Jauja was only around for a short time and work kept me away so I’m awaiting it on DVD.  290 more words


Manglehorn (2015)

One month ago when I first joined Watch This Space Film Magazine, my inaugural review was the RiverRun Film Festival favorite I’LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS (2015). 465 more words


Manglehorn (2014)

Discovered an alternate universe the other day. Stumbled upon it by accident, stayed for a while to check it out. Pretty weird. Their eggs and ham are green and… 1,100 more words


David Gordon Green still hopeful about the Suspiria remake

Nearly two years ago, the last time we talked about David Gordon Green’s long in the works remake of Dario Argento’s horror classic Suspiria, things were looking quite grim for the project. 366 more words


"Let’s Use That Success to Take the Next Risk": David Gordon Green on His Odd Career, Directing Legends, and 'Manglehorn'

For a journalist, there’s nothing worse than a cell phone that craps out in the middle of an interview, and that’s exactly what happened about five minutes into my conversation with David Gordon Green. 2,290 more words


Manglehorn (David Gordon Green, 2015)

Confidently imbued with a trademark small-town lyricism, Manglehorn is David Gordon Green’s latest, intermittently peculiar and arguably most self-important work to date. As the titular aging locksmith, A.J. 383 more words