The film blogosphere has been alight about Joseph Kahn’s latest feature, Bodied, since its explosive debut at TIFF over a year ago.
In this world, space isn’t the final frontier. It’s the California desert post-gold rush.
Dan Scully reviews the latest movie from the director of The Lobster.
Like all good thrillers, THE GUILTY weaves in current issues from the real world,
Call me a snob, but I’ve never understood the idea of enjoying something ironically. The enjoyment of the “it’s so good it’s bad” phenomena for movies like The Room tend…
A film with a concept you didn’t know you needed
The best films are those which afford the viewer an inside look into a life experience different from their own
Based on a Murakami short story, BURNING clocks in at 148 indispensable minutes.
Author and actor Alexandra Naughton combines her two loves April 29 with a party for the premier of a new movie, CTRL ALT DEL.
No published or produced play has been the source for a Best Adapted Screenplay award since 1989.
A comedy little known in its native Britain has become a cult favorite in Germany.
Fitting that the festival which began with I, Tonya should end, at least for me, on a similar note with Borg McEnroe. While not as heightened for the purpose of…
The right amount of craftsmanship can elevate even the lowest budget film into something special,
The Square uses awkward humor to explore the ridiculousness of ‘high class’ expression.
“Raped while dying,” the first billboard reads. The next, “And still no arrests,” and finally, “How come, Chief Willoughby?”
In the Fade is less concerned with the catharsis of vengeance than it is the ethical questions that revenge naturally raises.
Easily one of my favorites of the fest so far, Thelma is one of those rare movies that is so rich, so stylish, and so thematically dense that it merits…