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Bigger Than Life (1956): Nicholas Ray and George Mason Fit The Bill

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 10, 2019

James Mason gleaned the idea for Bigger Than Life from a contemporary article featured in The New Yorker by a medical writer named Berton Roueché. He detailed the side effects of the drug cortisone featured in real-life horror stories. The title is certainly far from a misnomer and James Mason give read more

The Lusty Men (1952): Nicholas Ray Transcends His Material Again

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 8, 2019

The connotation of the film’s lurid title feels slightly deceptive. Because The Lusty Men might have basic elements of men who desire after women but it’s fairly restrained in this regard. At least more than I initially conceived. However, it is a film characterized by a zeal or a lust f read more

Nicholas Ray Goes Home

Cinematically Insane Posted by Will McKinley on Oct 7, 2013

Nicholas Ray made an appearance at the New York Film Festival on Saturday night. At least, according to his widow. “I brought you Nick tonight, because I figured he could probably speak better about this film than anybody else,” Susan Ray said before a screening of her husband’s vérité Western read more

They Live By Night: The Nicholas Ray Blogathon

Shadows and Satin Posted by shadowsandsatin on Sep 4, 2011

The following post is Shadows and Satin’s contribution to the Nicholas Ray Blogathon, which is being hosted September 5-8, 2011, by Cinema Viewfinder. (Watch out for spoilers: you’ve been warned.) An acclaimed, Oscar-nominated director, Nicholas Ray was perhaps best known for his film Rebel Without read more