Posts tagged "Film"
"The Bad Batch" Is Full Of Really Good Shit

“The Bad Batch” Is Full Of Really Good Shit

Ana Lily Amirpour's new "Mad Max" style film is a strange trip into a world of cannibals, Burning Man parties, and Keanu Reeves.
"Baby Driver" Is More Fun Than Watching An Actual Baby Drive A Car

“Baby Driver” Is More Fun Than Watching An Actual Baby Drive A Car

Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver" is one of the best films we've seen all year. A perfect popcorn movie to cleanse your palate before watching rad weird shit.
Taking A Long Walk Down Standish Lawder's "The Corridor"

Taking A Long Walk Down Standish Lawder’s “The Corridor”

It starts on an ominous note. You, the viewer, are gliding slowly down a hallway. Far off in the distance is a small set of stairs leading to an open doorway – a perfect square of darkness on the horizon. Light suffuses the hallway, casting shadowy impressions on the walls that make them look thin...
"David Lynch: The Art Life" Paints A Portrait Of A Beautifully Warped Mind

“David Lynch: The Art Life” Paints A Portrait Of A Beautifully Warped Mind

"David Lynch: The Art Life" takes us inside the mind and work life of one of the world's greatest living creative minds. What weird stories does it dredge up? What insights does it offer? Read on and find out.
Do Nothing Professionally: The Unsung Triumph of Prince’s “Under the Cherry Moon”

Do Nothing Professionally: The Unsung Triumph of Prince’s “Under the Cherry Moon”

Everybody and their mother has seen "Purple Rain" -- but how many of you have experienced the baffling glory of "Under The Cherry Moon"? Jason Kron has. Here's his take on this weirdo gem.
"Belladonna of Sadness" Is A Film Worth Selling Your Soul For

“Belladonna of Sadness” Is A Film Worth Selling Your Soul For

"Belladonna of Sadness" is a hallucinatory dance with the devil. A masterpiece of psychedelic animation with a deeply subversive message, it's a must-see movie. Here are some thoughts on this 1973 classic. Warning: Here Be SPOILERS!
"Paterson" Takes Us On A Tour Through A Working Artist's Life

“Paterson” Takes Us On A Tour Through A Working Artist’s Life

We took the scenic route on "Paterson", Jim Jarmusch's magic bus of a movie.... and our critic liked what he saw.
"Cameraperson" Gives Us A Fractured Lens To View Life

“Cameraperson” Gives Us A Fractured Lens To View Life

Our reviewer takes a look at Kirsten Johnson's stunning new documentary "Cameraperson", an intense look at the thin line between journalist and voyeur.
"Moonlight" Shines Brighter Than The Rest Of 2016's Starlit Films

“Moonlight” Shines Brighter Than The Rest Of 2016’s Starlit Films

“Moonlight” isn’t one of the best African-American films of 2016, or one of the best LGBTQ films of the year- It’s one of the very best films released this year, period, full stop.