Alex Ross Perry proves himself the most untalented and pretentious filmmaker working in America today. D-
David Robert Mitchell's follow-up to It Follows is a strange slog, featuring a dull protagonist, a plot that's full of nonsense, and a mystery that's not at all interesting. C-
Claire Denis’ High Life is interesting but hobbled by confusing non-chronological structure. B-
The 2009 documentary Collapse still frightens me.
Claire Denis' High Life is thought-provoking and unpredictable. A-
Multicolor haven in a heartless world.
If you preferred the scumbag version of Alex Rodriguez, you're likely to enjoy the new documentary Screwball.
The Highwaymen, Bonnie and Clyde, and different approaches to teenage killers in movies.
It's better than Captain Marvel, but still not a touch on Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. B+
The Beach Bum is hilarious and Harmony Korine’s best film. A
Tim Burton's grim aesthetic isn’t a fit for the material, nor is it impressive on its own merits. D
Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out is a disappointment, by turns too obvious and too obscure. C-
As much as I enjoyed the movie, there were a few things I noticed as an adult that gave me pause.
It had enormous potential.
The show didn't get weird enough often enough.
The hoax as art form.
Titans is entertaining, almost despite itself.
Perfume is not a conventional crime drama.
Schitt’s Creek is one slice of a much broader cultural obsession with lifestyles of the rich and famous.
The new Mary Poppins film is better than it ought to be.
Where is there a story about random parts of things fused together and given new life?
A rare appearance from two of America's most famous silent movie stars.
An interview with the artist behind the Criterion Collection's recent remaster of Notorious.
A24 brings the new Claire Denis film to American multiplexes in April.
An interview with the director shortly after the release of The Deer Hunter.
The first look at Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out.
An interview with the late director by Mark Kermode.
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.