Will Sloan is a writer and raconteur from Toronto. He has two, count 'em, two podcasts: The Important Cinema Club and Michael and Us. You can follow him @WillSloanEsq.
W.C. Fields created a unique cinematic landscape of gargoyle-faced character actors and whiny children in dusty, dreary small towns bereft of the sentimentality with which movies typically imbue them.
White Zombie is a dirtier, moldier, more haphazard cousin to Dracula, yet despite — or because of — these perceived shortcomings, it remains one of the most atmospheric horror productions ever mounted.
Robot Monster auteur Phil Tucker takes audiences on a tour of the Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Spencer Williams's neglected melodrama captures the Black houses, churches, and nightclubs of Dallas