the silence of the lambs

Brooke Smith remembers what it was like to belt “American Girl” in the Jonathan Demme classic.
The film won five Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director.
All book lovers wait in trepidation when their favorite novel has been adapted for the big screen. I hate to say this, but it's almost better to see the film first; that way you're not disappointed when the character you had visualized is portrayed by someone who's the exact opposite of the author's description.
The asking price has been slashed.
Worthy fiction draws us into a world where the characters are emotionally driven and tortured. Their mistakes and triumphs must resonate as real. Human nature doesn't change.
In 1991 "The Silence of the Lambs" hit theaters, terrifying audiences and providing Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins with
Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess, currently playing at Manhattan's Film Forum, is an odd case. Even a movie like the classic
You don't need a costume to scare others. Here are 10 characters that were downright spooky without makeup.
Silence of the Trans, a scary-yet-hilarious production, followed by a screening of the Academy Award-winning favorite upon which it's based, hits San Francisco's historic Castro Theatre on Saturday, July 28.
The first time, it was about creating a concert. This time, say Neil Young and Jonathan Demme, it was about capturing one. And doing it as faithfully -- both visually and, more important, aurally -- as possible.