Got the Wright stuff? Edgar Wright, that is, cinematic mastermind behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. The British moviemaker hosts a monthlong tribute to himself, his own films and his other favorites, appearing in person (“schedule permitting,” alas) to discuss the influence on his directorial style of films screening throughout the month such as 1985's Brazil, 1991's Delicatessen, 1971's Dirty Harry, 1974's The Super Cops, 1973's American Graffiti, 1978's Animal House, 1998's Run Lola Run, 1972's Frenzy, 1980's Dressed to Kill, 1978's The Driver, 1971's Duel, 1990's Wild at Heart and 1993's True Romance. More zombies, please!
Jan. 14-21, 2011
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