Solipsistic Complicity: On The Neon DemonPhilip Dinolfo
Nicholas Winding Refn’s latest film, The Neon Demon, is full of would-be provocative images and socially critical themes, but does it actually add up to anything besides hot air? Philip Dinolfo reviews.
The Dissonance in Terence Malick’s Knight of CupsPhilip Dinolfo
Philip Dinolfo weighs the highs and lows of Terence Malick’s flawed vision of L.A. in his latest film Knight of Cups.
TWO SYMBOLS OF FOREIGN CULTURESPhilip Dinolfo
“We stopped at a local crafts store, and I bought a jasper pyramid, about two square inches at its base and a menacing, ancient-looking yellow color.” New very short fiction from Philip Dinolfo, inspired by Roberto Bolaño.
Fromins OdePhilip Dinolfo
“In Fromins I nurse a hangover with pancake-style matzo brie and rye toast, and marvel at the deli’s permanence.” New flash fiction from Philip Dinolfo.