Thunder-Road-movie-1_758_426_81_s_c1November 4, 2018 at 8:23 pm by Ray Pride by Ray PrideNovember 4, 2018Ray PrideRay Pride is Newcity’s film critic and a contributing editor to Filmmaker magazine. His history of Chicago “Ghost Signs” in words and images is in the works. Previews on Twitter (twitter.com/chighostsigns) as well as photography on Instagram: instagram.com/raypride.Twitter: twitter.com/RayPride.Related StoriesYou’re Gonna Have To Serve Somebody: A Review Of Scorsese’s Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story A wanton world entire, the 1970s according to Bob Dylan in fact and song and fiction; oh, such fiction.Road, Again: A Review of "Nico, 1988" Nico turns fifty: what of the rest of her life?On The Road Again: A Review of "The Leisure Seeker" Virzì cites the movies of Altman, Scorsese, Ritt and Ashby as primary touchstones, and the roadside encounters with other characters rise to approach those influences.Alien Tongue: Lori Felker Finds Future Language On The Road To VON LMO Chicago filmmaker Lori Felker etches a “distorted portrait" of No Wave musician VON LMO and his life, including on his home planet of Strazar. Rogue Movie: A Review Of Dragged Across Concrete Brute men, played by Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn, commit brute acts in S. Craig Zahler's assured third feature. Seances Past: Chicago Exhibitors’ Last Movie On A Big Screen Last seen: what movies and movie experiences linger?