Despite the film's weirdness, I couldn't keep my eyes off it. It somehow all works, which is something I don't entirely understand. Perhaps it's in part due to Plummer and Reeves terrific performances, the artful photography by Seamus McGarvey, or how Butterfly Kiss successfully asks the viewer to involve themself in such deplorable characters.
As of a couple of months ago, I didn’t know who Robert Newton was. During the over 100 years of cinema history at this point, there have been thousands of actors, male and female, that have come and gone. Whilst the most popular lead actors of yesteryear may have a place in our modern popular […]
What better time to revisit Beetlejuice than on it's 30th Anniversary. The film has recently been given the 4K remaster treatment and been playing in cinemas around the country, making this the perfect opportunity to dig it up, blow off the cobwebs, and reevaluate its place in cinema.