December 7, 2019
Shia LaBeouf mines patriarchal pain when bringing his own coming-of-age to the screen
December 1, 2019
Todd Haynes injects the legal thriller with subtle artistry and palpable dread
November 23, 2019
An engulfing opus imbued with cruel wisdom, technical mastery and tragic melancholia
November 18, 2019
King Henry V comes of age in this cold and stiff Shakespeare adaptation starring Timothée Chalamet
Mackenzie Davis is a bonafide movie star, but this franchise continues to flounder in identity crisis
October 28, 2019
An atypical dud from Olivier Assayas, fascinating only for its flaws
Do the Old Guard of American filmmakers still have fuel in the tank?
November 27, 2019
Faces tell us what we need to know in Ry Russo-Young's 'Before I Fall'
September 30, 2019
Delving into the psychology, religion and philosophy of a unique Southern Gothic show
September 25, 2019
Tarantino presents a philosophy of cathartic, ethical screen violence
September 1, 2019
In a time of overwhelming 'realism' on screen, we argue for the creative virtues of silent cinema
July 14, 2019
Cinema has maintained a liberating anti-Puritan ethos since its conception, but how long can that last?
October 19, 2019
"I became interested in looking into the truth of the zombie and bringing it back home to Haiti."
October 5, 2019