De Palma’s Brutal Legacy in the 2010s
February 3, 2012 9:47 am
A few outrageous new films, openly inspired by Brian De Palma’s classic “Red period” (1973–1984).
|The Skin I Live In
||Dressed to Kill (1980)
||Bloody gender-bending mess (coloured like Femme Fatale).
|The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
||Mistreated outcast youth fights back.
||The Fury (1978)
||Telekinetic teenagers with responsibility issues.
|Scott Pilgrim vs the World
||The Phantom of the Paradise (1974)
||When serious about pop culture satire, quote from the best.
The Master of suspense Brian De Palma is a genius filmmaker whose legacy is yet to be fully recognised.
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