Tony Kay has been writing about film for two decades now. He won the Northwest division of the Independent Film Channel’s Ultimate Film Fanatic game show a few years ago, during which Henry Rollins proclaimed Tony’s movie nerd kung-fu to be “devastating, gnarly and crushing” on national TV. Kay also writes about music for the SunBreak.com and Examiner.com.
‘Float’ is Rooted in Cambodian American Seattle
The narrative debut from Tristan Seniuk and Voleak Sip screens at the Seattle Asian American Film Festival.
Jeff Ferrell: Filmmaker and Horror Enthusiast
A fondness for scary things has served Jeff Ferrell well, leading him to a career.
Vintage Italian Horror Remains Captivating, Deeply Disturbing
For one longtime fan, the films in Northwest Film Forum's 'Terrore Giallo!' series have taken on new cultural relevance.
All Monsters Attack!
A complete rundown of Grand Illusion Cinema's annual Halloween-season horror spree.
‘Danger Diva’ Looks Into the Future, Darkly
Molly Sides leads Robert McGinley's long-in-coming follow-up to 'Shredder Orpheus.'
‘Scorchy’ is Robust ’70s-era Schlock
The fun B-movie offers a fascinating glimpse into the Seattle of yesteryear.
‘Second Nature’: the Northwest’s Very Own Comedy Crowd-Pleaser
Michael Cross’s feature debut, rife with local talent, opens tonight at Ark Lodge Cinemas.
Local Sightings 2017: What to Watch
Some gems to catch at Northwest Film Forum's regional film festival.
Filmmaker Dave Hanagan reflects on the 20-year evolution of the Local Sightings film festival.
The Man who Shot the Man who Sold the World
An interview with David Bowie photographer Mick Rock, whose work is showing now at MoPop.