Oeuvre: Gilliam: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
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Oeuvre: Gilliam: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Gilliam is a demanding storyteller and Munchausen is his greatest act of defiance.

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From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: The Hallow
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From the Vaults of Streaming Hell: The Hallow

The magical, malevolent critters of The Hallow could have been part of a classic if…

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Rediscover: D.O.A.: A Rite of Passage
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Rediscover: D.O.A.: A Rite of Passage

Oeuvre: Gilliam: Brazil
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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Brazil

Brazil represents the apex of the first wave of Terry Gilliam’s filmmaking career.

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Holy Hell! Armageddon Turns 20
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Holy Hell! Armageddon Turns 20

Seeing it again today, Armageddon is no less awful or ridiculous, but the vulgar auteurism…

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Revisit: Wendy and Lucy
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Revisit: Wendy and Lucy

As income inequality continues to grow and poverty continues to be demonized by the powerful,…

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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Time Bandits
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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Time Bandits

Time Bandits marked the real start of one of film’s most imaginative careers.

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Criminally Underrated: Lolita
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Criminally Underrated: Lolita

The 1997 take on Lolita is well-worth a watch for its take on an uncomfortable…

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Revisit: Sid & Nancy
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Revisit: Sid & Nancy

Neil Young may have namedropped Johnny Rotten in “My My, Hey Hey” but it’s Vicious…

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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Jabberwocky
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Oeuvre: Gilliam: Jabberwocky

Gilliam learned not to be fascistic in the director’s chair on Jabberwocky.

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