Loss hits us all differently and unexpectedly. We can *know* that someone is no longer with us, yet feel them, as though they are lingering in the air. We can *know* that they may not see them again, yet we… Read More ›
A study of depression and mourning, David Bruckner’s “The Night House” uses familiar notes to craft a hell of a horror drama.
The Night House, directed by David Bruckner, with a script from Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, originally had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020. Now we find ourselves in August 2021, after a wild 18 months… Read More ›
AI flick “Archive” creates a nostalgic scrapbook of classic sci-fi, but lacks unique elements of its own.
The dreams of easing our loneliness with humanoid robot companions and the realities of AI technology development have raised intriguing questions about ethics and the limits of technology, questions that have made way for fantastical cinematic plots and memorable robot… Read More ›