Provided commentary for the Anchor Bay Entertainment DVD release of The Ipcress File
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I don't actually consider The Entity
(1982) to be a horror film--it's a supernatural suspense movie. Horror is such a huge topic that has slasher films and other horrible crap attached to it and I'm not a fan of that stuff at all. I like something that gets you thinking and "The Entity" was certainly that kind of film. Horror is a convenient word that is often applied but I don't think horror is ...
In Time magazine, Richard Corliss named Furie's Lady Sings the Blues (1972) as one of the Top 25 Important Movies on Race.
Shoots through and around foregrounded objects to offer a "refracted" view of the action. The style is overt and especially prevalent in The Ipcress File, The Appaloosa and The Naked Runner, his Wild Angle Trilogy.