Frida writing team member Penny Folger examines the sensual mystery of Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut.
Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta reflects on last week’s Q&A with Ana Lily Amirpour about her new film Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon.
Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta examines five German Expressionist films in anticipation of our 100th anniversary screening of Nosferatu this weekend.
Frida writing team member Anne Bergstedt guides readers through Andrzej Zulawski’s body horror psychodrama, Possession.
Frida Content Editor Reggie Peralta analyzes five films directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring Toshiro Mifune.
Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy analyzes the neon-soaked realism and kinetic rush of Josh and Benny Safdie’s Good Time.
Join us this May for Neon Nightmares 2022 a month-long series of neon-soaked thrillers and art films!
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 writing team member Connor Davis dives into the shady, lonely atmosphere of The Scary of Sixty-First.
Frida writing team member Penny Folger discusses The Conversation, the tense 1974 surveillance thriller by Francis Ford Coppola.
In the spirit of our Michael Mannuary series, Frida writing team member Anthony McKelroy takes a look at 12 heist movies across film history.
“Suspiria is my baby” is a phrase that identifies me at the Frida Cinema. I could wax poetically* all day about Dario Argento’s 1977 supernatural horror film.
From the 1960s to the early 1980s, the horror genre experienced a boom in Italy. While auteurs like Michelangelo Antonioni and Fellini made socially-conscious films that garnered accolades, other directors dove straight into churning out genre cinema—often in response to American cinema tastes—that reveled in heightened levels of violence, sex, and stylistic excess,
To honor our favorite holiday of the year, Halloween, Frida After Dark is presenting films filled with tricks and treats. Along with our monthly staple The Room, we have as a very special treat of not one, but two electrifying K.A.O.S. shadow cast performances of the most fun you’ll ever have in a theater, The Rocky Horror Picture Show! Not to mention all of the tricks in our cult and foreign horror films that will make you up and scream. Celebrate Halloween all month long with us!
The Frida Cinema’s Volunteer Pick for July: Bill Paxton’s FRAILTY! A film Stephen King called “unique, thought-provoking, edge-of-the seat entertainment.”