There is something terribly wrong with the world, and it is destroying us from the inside out.
Paul Schrader is one of the most interesting and talented auteurs since the 70s. Despite having a clear style, a prolific filmography, and a long record of great works over six decades, he somehow has missed out on the accolades and the financial success that many of his peers have experienced. First Reformed and a morbidly hilarious Facebook account have given him increased success and notoriety in the last chapter of his career. He’s also pretty close to being truly uncancelable so it should be smooth sailings from here on out for him to be remembered as one of the greats.
Still need to watch: Blue Collar (I know, I know. I’m on it.), Cat People, Light of Day, The Comfort of Strangers, Witch Hunt, The Walker, Dog Eat Dog Continue reading Ranking the Paul Schrader Films