Same Kind of Different as Me
It can be hard to disagree with the heart and events of this true tale, except for when the movie reveals itself to be mighty…
Scout Tafoya is a blogger and filmmaker living in Doylestown, PA. He writes for and edits the arts blog Apocalypse Now and directs both feature length and short films, many of which are free to watch at honorszombiefilms.com. His list of peculiar achievements include teaching a class on the cultural importance of zombie movies while in high school, lecturing on Dystopian sci-fi at Villanova, shooting an eighty minute feature in only eight shots and calling it Tron Wayne Gacy on a dare, and making the world's first all-improv horror film about Quakers. Scout is in pre-production on a sci-fi homage to "My Own Private Idaho."
The stars of Todd Haynes' "Wonderstruck" talk about making the film.
A dispatch from the New York Film Festival, including thoughts on the latest from Arnaud Desplechin and Claire Denis.
An interview with the great Agnes Varda and photographer JR about their new film, "Faces Places."
Reviews from the New York Film Festival of the latest by Nancy Buirski and Kiyoshi Kurosawa.
The newest chapter of our video series takes a look at one of Tobe Hooper's underrated gems.
Scout Tafoya's video essay series about maligned masterworks continues with a deep look at Ron Shelton's "Dark Blue."
Scout Tafoya's video essay series about maligned masterworks continues with a celebration of the late George Romero and "Survival of the Dead."
Scout Tafoya celebrates the women-focused films "Below the Belt" and "Hundra" in his latest video essay about maligned masterworks.
Scout Tafoya's video essay series about maligned masterworks revisits Jonathan Demme's "Beloved."
No, they don't make 'em like they used to … but they're not shy about remaking them.