Zach Clark on the Quad's new season, Erotic City, and a handful of the films that helped him stop worrying and love smut.
Writer-director Zach Clark recounts his adventures, both on and off screen, at the beloved genre film festival in Austin, Texas.
Zach Clark once again revisits Kubrick's ever-shifting final film, this time finding echoes of everything from Jerry Lewis to Pier Paolo Pasolini.
To mark the restoration of Multiple Maniacs, filmmaker and longtime Waters fan Clark sits down for a chat with the Pope of Trash himself.
Age 11, Zach Clark loved this macabre tale about trying to destroy "normal" America. More than 20 years on, he discovers he still feels the same way.
On Liberace's birthday, Zach Clark writes about Soderbergh's biopic of the flamboyant entertainer, which is about to leave Amazon Prime.
Zach Clark sings the praises of one of his all-time favorite movies, M83 member Yann Gonzalez's consciously cinematic orgy film.
It's no fun to read a major critic tear down your vision, but it's sometimes a different matter when the writer is a trolling internet commenter...
Zach Clark kicks off his new column on films about to depart your streaming queue with a personal take on the subject.
The holidays are a perfect setting for a horror film, but is this piece of seasonal cinema a turkey or a cracker?
A lover of all things wintry and festive — not to mention a devoted cinephile — identifies the qualities that make us connect to holiday movies.
A wild giallo throwback that's maybe more committed to an intensely stylized approach and highly specific tone than any movie before.