Brady Corbet’s Vox Lux is provocative, but to what end? D+
A look at four movies, one of which is much better than the other three.
The first in a series by Splice writers on the best and worst movies of the year.
Inexplicably summoning Saul Alinsky against the AFI's top ten.
On Divide and Conquer, an excellent new documentary on Fox News founder Roger Ailes. B+
An ugly, disjointed film, one which tries ambitiously to juggle heavy ideas but never gets a handle on any of them. C-
The low-budget branding of anti-branding.
But it's a well-acted, handsomely-mounted production, full of delightful scheming. B
Cam doesn't know quite who it is.
Peter Farrelly’s new film is a broad comedy, not a prestige picture.
There’s a tight structure to Welles’ film despite the appearance of freeform dramatic anarchy.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is the best animated movie I've seen in 2018. A-
Where is there a story about random parts of things fused together and given new life?
God, what a boring film.
It's the spawn of Neil Gaiman and John Waters I didn't know I wanted.
A bold, if sometimes incomprehensible, film.
The show understands how to get at horror in the same way the book does.
Split is yet another exercise in exploiting mental illness.
You never know what you’ll find.
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.
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.