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Ian Schultz

Ian Schultz

Ian Schultz (Writer)
A sharp scribe who loves cinema of all sorts, particularly Terry Gilliam

Ian Schultz is a film writer based in Leeds, where he runs Psychotronic Cinema. He has been writing about films for about eight years, with articles and reviews appearing in Little White Lies and LiveForFilms, amongst other places. His favourite director is Terry Gilliam, and he loves science fiction, film noir and surrealist films, as well as offbeat Westerns and black comedies. He doesn’t discriminate, though, he can find something in any genre that he likes.

You can contact Ian Schultz via email ian.cinehouseuk@gmail.com.


Other posts by Ian Schultz
Possessor
The second feature by David Cronenberg's son is a terrifying and psychedelic sci-fi starring Andrea Riseborough, and one of the best films of the year - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

Kajillionaire
Oddball American comedy is so intoxicated in its own quirkiness that it fails to enrapture and elicit laughter - from the BFI London Film Festival [Read More...]

X: The Man with X-Ray Eyes
More than half century later, dirty classic remains a profound meditation the dangers of seeking the unknowable, and the destruction of the human psyche - out now on a crisp Blu-ray edition, and also available for streaming [Read More...]

Vivarium
The suburbs have never been this terrifying before, in this Irish sci-fi thriller starring indie double act Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots - on VoD on Friday, March 27th [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Bernard Rose
Ian Schultz interviews the 59-year-old English filmmaker and screenwriter, who has a career spanning nearly 40 years and a brand new Samurai movie! [Read More...]

Dolemite is my Name
Eddie Murphy at the top of his game stars in the biopic of deeply subversive blaxploitation star from the 1970s - on Netflix on Friday, October 25th, and also in selected cinemas [Read More...]

Tilting at windmills in Paris
Ian Schultz explains why THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE is Terry Gilliam's best film since BRAZIL, and that it was worth crossing the Channel overnight and by bus in order to watch it! [Read More...]

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