Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta analyzes five films directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring Toshiro Mifune.
Frida writing team member Josh Green shares his impressions of Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s Bound prior to seeing it at The Frida next week.
Frida writing team member Josh Green analyzes John Williams’ score and use of diegetic music for Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Frida writing team member Justina Bonilla interviews film historian David J. Skal on the occasion of his 70th birthday about Universal Pictures’ Frankenstein.
Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta interviews June’s volunteer of the month Max Ney about his pick Gojira as well as his time at The Frida.
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy analyzes the neon-soaked realism and kinetic rush of Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time.
Frida writing team member Josh Green talks about Goblin’s prog-rock score for Suspiria, the supernatural horror thriller from Dario Argento.
Join us this May for our Director of the Month: Sam Raimi series, highlighting the alternately horrifying and hilarious films of the Evil Dead auteur!
Frida writing team member Josh Green discusses James Cameron’s action-packed 1986 blockbuster Aliens in anticipation of it playing next weekend.
Frida writing team member Penny Folger dives into the thematic and narrative threads tying Bob Fosse’s All That Jazz together.
Frida writing team member Josh Green examines several music pieces from the films of Studio Ghibli.
Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta interviews May’s volunteer of the month Misty Darling about her pick Tokyo Drifter as well as her time at the Frida.
Frida writing team member Austin Jaye dives into the digital rabbit hole of Jane Schoenbrun’s Sundance breakout, We’re All Going to the World’s Fair.
Frida guest writer Sam Feldstein analyzes the meaning (or lack thereof) of The Lighthouse, Robert Eggers’ cryptic 2019 thriller.
In anticipation of Eli Roth’s 50th birthday, Frida writing team member Justina Bonilla explores Hostel’s treatment of Latino identity through Jay Hernandez’s character Paxton.