It doesn't add much to the existing addiction stories. C
The gentle horror of Creep.
The director’s follow-up to La La Land works despite his militaristic attitude toward art and masculinity.
Whatever you think about Damien Chazelle, he knows how to end a movie. B
Festival notices for If Beale Street Could Talk, 3 Faces, and Fire Music.
Viral is infected by the mainstream.
Venom is one of those movies that exists more for corporate rights reasons than anything else. C-
In The Lazarus Effect, Blumhouse does Hollywood. Unfortunately.
Ethan Hawke’s fourth film as director is as compelling as an insurance commercial. D-
Ethan Hawke's hot streak continues, this time as a director. A-
Netflix's Reboot: Guardian Code is a cyber-dud.
Paranormal Activity is a rape/revenge film.
Is America who we are, right now, or is it around the next corner, on hold until a real rain comes, and washes all the scum off the streets?
Dark Skies' low-budget aliens are scary because they're not convincing.
Hollywood is witless on class issues as a rule, but this is a standout example. C-
Time has stopped, for now.
On the other hand, we’re all going to hell.
To Herbert there’s really no such thing as progress.
The revolution will be laughed at.
Identifying with the monster in The Little Shop of Horrors.
Nostalgia, legend and history on UHF.
Asia Argento's DIY miniDV masterpiece will be available on Blu-Ray for the first time on September 25, 2018.
The directorial debut from Boots Riley.
11 years before The Return, the cast of Twin Peaks talk about the show, its production, and its impact over time.