Based on "The Postman Always Rings Twice," Visconti's 1943 debut packed a punch.
The sudden death of someone you love can produce worldly shock waves.
Fiat has used the Veblen model in its Chrysler buyout by mostly avoiding financing.
Disruptive weather, now relentlessly tracked and "sold," is the latest stand-in for war fronts.
Before ointments, Southern belles had butter, the garden, and an array of secret potions.
In "Beastly Things," a dead veterinarian opens the door to meat industry horrors.
The takeoff point for Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut," Schnitzler's novella is an erotic rumination.