How can THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI still be so frightening after all this time?
On the kingdom of second chances and the impossibility of escaping fate.
On pairing the loneliness and lovely negativity of horror and noir for your Halloween entertainment.
One of America’s recent microbudget filmmaking all-stars, Nathan Silver brings a cast of characters careening forth into the world.
While other horror films of the era relied on crackpot psychology, CARNIVAL OF SOULS embodies a state of distress—with singular results.
Watkins’ 873-minute global documentary focuses on nuclear proliferation and unmasks why we can’t envision a better, safer world.
Argento uses cinema not to spy on and catch a killer, but to become the ‘sick’ embodiment of homicidal insanity itself.
On spontaneity and performance in Heddy Honigmann’s documentaries.
CITIZENFOUR pulls back the curtain on the Edward Snowden affair.
Why people watch Liam Neeson and Denzel Washington movies.
On the Super and not-so-super men of cinema.
Shot in full color, this supernatural soap opera climaxes with more high Catholic pageantry than you’d find at a cathedral on Palm Sunday.