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.
Anomie, angst and uprising: the Hong Kong protests and early Wong Kar-wai.
A feature-length indictment of Western hypocrisies and immorality designed to make North Korean viewers feel quite relieved they aren’t ‘us?’ So it appears. . .
Revisiting HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM: A perverse collision of continental class and tawdry pulp material.
Giant monster movie and science fiction spectacular meet in Ishiro Honda’s ultimate Godzilla monster mash.
Schlock auteur and brilliant businessman William Castle emerged at the end of the first 3D fad promising innovations of unprecedented grandeur and audacity.
THE SIXTH SIDE OF THE PENTAGON: ‘Told to us by the fifteen-year-old girl on the steps of the Pentagon: I have changed.’