Review: “A Dark Song” Finds Its Harmonies Through Fractured Convention

Catherine Walker ensures the film's peripheral mystery seduces through an uneasy, insincere calm...

Review: “Used Cars” Is A Charming, Funny Powerplay Between The Bully & The Bullied

Used Cars' creative energy sparks to life thanks to the imaginations of director Robert Zemeckis and co-writer Bob Gale...

Review: Bernard Hill Ensures “Bellman And True” Has Reason To Be Remembered

Bernard Hill's combination of everyman defiance and nagging melancholy puts his performance alongside the powerhouse turn of Bob Hoskins in Mona Lisa...

Interview: U.S. Army Intelligence Officer John Murphy & Director Michael Reiter Talk About Making “Agents Unknown”

Agents Unknown takes us inside America's war machine during the Vietnam conflict...

“Alien 5” Might Not Be Happening Yet But Here’s The Next Best Thing

We might not be getting the "Alien 5" movie right now but Audible has done its bit to satisfy fan enthusiasm for an Aliens follow-on...

Superhero Hangover: “Dark Phoenix” Tanks At The Box Office

Do we need a break from comic book characters on the big screen..?

Top 10 Gene Hackman Thrillers

Gene Hackman was good at thrillers: political thrillers, revenge thrillers, mystery thrillers, survival thrillers, police procedural thrillers...

Review: War Reporters “Under Fire” In Roger Spottiswoode’s Excellent Political Thriller

A subtly powerful geopolitical thriller built around the virtues and vice of war reporters...