HE WAS his own man, and he sullenly stood apart from the Establishment, a perpetual sneer on his lips and a scowl on his saturnine face. With his bloodshot eyes, he usually looked as though he was about to explode in anger, and he always looked as though he could […]
Author: John Stanley
Another Meeting With the Director of Sorcerer Just When He’s on a Rampage of His Own The moment I finished seeing an advance screening of Rampage, before its theatrical release in October 1992, I arranged a trip to Los Angeles so I could cover the film in as close-up-and-personal a way […]
John appears on Mary Jane Popp’s talk show Poppoff on KAHI-AM. John talks about his book The Funniest Comedians of the 20th Century, and why there’s no school like the old school!
‘Sorcerer’ Reappears . . . William Friedkin’s Variation on Clouzot’s Wages of Fear Revived IN THE EARLY months of 1992, interest in Henri-Georges Clouzot’s 1953 French classic Wages of Fear was keen. An uncut version was running at the Castro Theater in San Francisco and Sorcerer, a 1977 American remake […]