Ben Wheatley’s take on the 1938 Gothic novel by English author Dame Daphne du Maurier, whose work was also adapted in 1940 by Alfred Hitchcock.
Director Ben Wheatley discusses his collaboration with costume designer Julian Day and cinematographer Laurie Rose.
[Video Interview] ‘S#!%HOUSE’ filmmaker-actor Cooper Raiff analyzes the emotional pieces of his directorial debut
Preston Barta // Features Editor With his breathlessly intimate and funny directorial debut, IFC Films’ SHITHOUSE, Cooper Raiff takes a commonly told story and puts a fresh spin on it. The film follows a gloomy college freshman (Raiff) as he builds a strong connection with his resident assistant (Dylan Gelula) during...
‘NOCTURNE’ and ‘EVIL EYE’ are not quite as strong as a pairing as ‘THE LIE’ and ‘BLACK BOX,’ but they still provide plenty of thrills to keep you excited about the final four entries in 2021.
‘FRENCH EXIT’ #NYFF58 review: Michelle Pfeiffer stars as depressed rich white lady – and it should be better
Courtney Howard // Film Critic FRENCH EXIT Rated R, 110 minutes Directed by: Azazel Jacobs Starring: Michelle Pfeiffer, Lucas Hedges, Valerie Mahaffey, Danielle Macdonald, Susan Coyne, Imogen Poots, Isaach De Bankolé FRENCH EXIT is one of those films that forces the audience to ask where it’s going and why we should care...
Radha Blank’s film never sinks to sentimental territory, but she does show the effect of what happens when an artist’s vision becomes compromised
Whether you’re looking for a movie night out (masked up, of course) or embracing the couch potato lifestyle, Netflix has some offerings.
‘TONI’ and ‘THE NAKED CITY’ offer prelude, interlude to Italian Neorealism, while ‘BRUTE FORCE’ is a suicide mission on prison reform.
There are two distinct and unique soundtracks happening simultaneously in Pixar’s SOUL. How they did it required movie magic.
‘BLACK BOX’ and ‘THE LIE’ are an exceptional opening night act for what’s sure to be a great movie event.
[Review] A trio of political documentaries to rock the vote, including ‘THE WAY I SEE IT’, ROCK & ROLL PRESIDENT’ and ‘ALL IN’
A musical president, a trolling photographer, and voter suppression – three political docs to see ahead of this year’s election.
Noomi Rapace may no longer be the girl with the dragon tattoo, but her latest character carries a vengeful demeanor all the same.
‘KAJILLIONAIRE’ is a story of two people becoming friends and nothing more. For that, the film is priceless.
[Review] ‘UTOPIA’ a disturbingly prescient binge with ‘GONE GIRL’ author Gillian Flynn pulling the strings
‘UTOPIA’ may not be comfortable viewing considering current circumstances. Still, it is a visual page-turner that flips the script on geek fandom and those who have spent endless hours obsessing over a piece of media.
Following the 35th Anniversary release of GREMLINS last year, Warner Bros gives the same treatment to another iconic generational classic in 4K UHD… THE GOONIES. Yet unlike with GREMLINS, fans may want to think twice about double-dipping for this one.
Gritty and gothic, ‘THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME’ is not a pleasing watch. But a talented cast playing deplorables is just enough to spark interest.
Expect to enjoy its larger-than-life characters and laugh at its truth in irony.
Courtney Howard // Film Critic ENOLA HOLMES Rated PG-13, 123 minutes Directed by: Harry Bradbeer Starring: Millie Bobby Brown, Louis Partridge, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter Adapted from the first of six novels by author Nancy Springer, director Harry Bradbeer’s ENOLA HOLMES is as if NANCY DREW was redone in...