Genre films release the kraken

Copshop This better than average action flick involves a hit man, a fixer and ...

Delon headlines classic French thriller

The recent death of Jean-Paul Belmondo marked a generational divide of movie star level ...

Art docu unfolds with thriller exactitude

I was lost and now I am found. “The Lost Leonardo” comes across as ...

Call me by your name five times in a mirror

“Candyman” delivers a brilliant continuation of the 1992 horror film that spawned two sequels. ...

CODA is code for brilliance

When a film crew operates with train wheel precision you see the smooth result ...

Afghanistan Bananistan

History on film looks at representations of the past – both fiction and non-fiction. ...

Unfathomable

I have VHS dubs of all of Leos Carax’s 20th century features sans “The ...

Chaplin and Jewison books respect legacy of cinematic vision

Sometimes it’s best to crack open a book rather than just watch a film. ...

Fear and Loathing finds new muse

No matter how many times you tell the Hunter S. Thompson story the vehicle ...

Kilmer will be your huckleberry

The more “Val” unwinds the more the viewer identifies with his travails in life. ...

‘Black Widow’ continues box office revival

Actors who are normally dependable speak with bad Russian accents for two hours. Remember ...

Summer in the city is a gas

“Sumer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” condenses six weekends ...