Many may be surprised to know the transition in Martin Scorsese’s illustrious directing career was when he delivered ‘Bringing Out The Dead’. Really.
Spike Lee’s films are often about race in conversation with the medium of cinema itself, and his latest Da 5 Bloods is no different. It is about…… Read more “Review | Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ is a Powerful and Timely Tale”
You have to love a “Found Footage” movie. Many are ridiculous. Some are ingenious. But one stands above them all as the gold standard. Here’s why…
From one of the greatest comics ever to one of the most examined movies ever, ‘Watchmen’ certainly left us a legacy to unfold.
This is not only of the most underrated westerns ever, but one of the most misunderstood movies in a long time. Find out why…
That wonderful “Special Features” selection on the second discs are quickly becoming an afterthought. We should hope not.
Not all book-to-screen adaptations are created equals. After half a dozen, Ladj Ly got Victor Hugo’s right.
It took 561 pages to share this story of Stephen King’s. HBO decided to break it up over several weeks. And it is working so well.
“Time waits for no one.” Unless you are Terrence Malick. ‘A Hidden Life’ shows why, and why you’ll enjoy the wait.
Sam Mendes made a great film, good by doing too much and maybe giving the audience not enough.
The only thing ‘Parasite’ leeches onto during the viewing of this film is your psyche questioning many things you consider normal.
Movie Monsters seem to recreate themselves every year, but it all began with Universal and the original monsters of the Silver Screen. What were the best movies from yesteryear?
What worked? What didn’t? What kept us awake? What made the audience sleep? That’s why we have reviews. Let’s discuss ‘Doctor Sleep.’
Book vs. Movie. Stephen King vs. Stanley Kubrick. Two different canvasses. Two similar themes. Who wins?
When a great story meets a gifted director, it’s always worth noting…even if it is horror in November. This is ‘Wytches’.