There’s Still A Light On At “The Old Dark House”

James Whale's film taps into the haunted mansion archetype whilst addressing class differences...
Posted On 08 Jun 2018

“Rex” Suffers From Formula Overload

In a time when the #MeToo culture has really taken hold, it is shameful that strong female characters still feel so stereotypical...
Posted On 25 May 2018

“American Made” Sees Doug Liman Deliver Another Sparkling Curveball

American Made sees Cruise playing real life CIA operative, Cuban contraband smuggler and family man Barry Seal...
Posted On 25 May 2018

“The Post”: When Freedom Of Speech Meant Something Else

Considering the state of American politics and journalism as a whole, Steven Spielberg’s film could not be more pertinent...
Posted On 04 May 2018

Jim Henson’s “The Dark Crystal” Is A Last Hurrah For Practical Effects

In a last hurrah for practical special effects, Jim Henson gives us 1982's puppet-filled world of The Dark Crystal...
Posted On 27 Apr 2018

Antonioni’s “The Passenger” Sets Jack Nicholson’s Star Alight

Through Jack Nicholson and Maria Schneider, Michelangelo Antonioni is able to craft a film of arresting impact...
Posted On 21 Apr 2018

“The Ballad Of Lefty Brown” Hands Bill Pullman His Best Role In Years

Bill Pullman and company give us a frontier story heavy on atmosphere and rich in character definition...
Posted On 19 Apr 2018

“I Kill Giants”: A Modern Day Fable Built On Darkness, Dysfunction & Fragile Family Dynamics

I Kill Giants explores family disintegration beneath the guise of mainstream entertainment...
Posted On 28 Mar 2018