As far as I know the episodes of "The Henry Rollins Show" are available on DVD, I do not know if the same is true for "Henry's Film Corner". All I know is, I have been looking for Rollins' interview with David Fincher for years and in every cursed corner of the web and came up empty every time. Thankfully Emanuel was luckier than I ... and dug up a link to the interview for you guys.
One of the greatest part of the interview for me is Rollins' diagnosis of Fincher's films having such a perfect flow to them. I couldn't agree more with that and I think that is one thing that marks one of Fincher's supreme talents: To have a perfect sense for timing his scenes and sequences to create such a strong undertow, such an immense pull that you cannot help but keep watching. And what fascinates me about David Fincher's films is that this pull isn't only a narrative, but a collective effort of all arts working in unison -- it's the performances, the lighting, the sounddesign, the smooth cinematography and editing, ... all brought together to create an intense emotional experience.
The excerpt Rollins has chosen from "Panic Room" is a brilliant example for that, and makes me wanna pop in the DVD right away!
I know you will all love this! So thanks to Emanuel for finding and reporting this. And now head over here: