2018’s rife with surprising films running the gamut of genres, styles, and realities. Madeline’s Madeline, Sorry To Bother You, Mandy, and The Endless, to name of a few, are among those that took something basic and turned it into magic…. Read More ›
There’s something about a good anti-hero that makes audiences fall in love. Whether it’s watching the slow moral corruption of Michael Corleone, the oft-horrific charm of Hannibal Lecter, or the nihilist machismo of Tyler Durden, the well-executed anti-hero brings a… Read More ›
Marking their 18th feature, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs feels like the epitome of the Coen Brothers. It’s as if someone might want to introduce the Coens’ work to someone who’d never seen a single one of their films before… Read More ›
From emotional moments to strings of puns, Pixar’s “Short Films Collection: Volume 3” has something for the entire family.
Slowly but surely the films of Pixar found their way into our hearts. Stemming all the way back to 1995’s Toy Story, Pixar established itself as a studio where art and inspiration combine to create stories that do entertain and… Read More ›
Dating in the digital age is, no doubt, a complicated affair. Bumble, Happn, OkCupid, Tinder, Hinge, Raya, Match, Coffee Meets Bagel, The League – there’s almost too many to name – each caters to a different style of single looking… Read More ›
When it comes to teen or young adult films, reception is always fickle. For every Adventures in Babysitting (1987) or E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), there’s a The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking (1988) or Mac and Me (1988). Some are… Read More ›
October may be coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean the mayhem ends. If you want to keep the murder train running even when everyone else is turning toward giving thanks, look no further than RLJE Films’s latest feature,… Read More ›