Every season is horror season when you’re living in a wasteland of violence and late-stage capitalism, but if I had to pick one month that most embodies the genre it would, of course, be October. Horror’s tricky — when it’s good, it’s good.
Let’s get the lie at the center of “Flatliners” out of the way first. This 2017 film, billed as a sequel, is just a remake of the 1990 film of the same name.
Through interviews and impromptu jam sessions with blues masters and key players, now in their late 80s, “I Am The Blues” illustrates the passion, artistry and history behind the art that lives on.
Bell was an adventurous woman, but it’s hard to ignore the context in which she had these adventures — that of British colonialism
The festival was a fun and entertaining showcase of diverse international talent.
Most movies have at least one shot that floors me. “Columbus” is a movie made entirely of those kinds of shots.
King’s story is a triumphant display of bravery, and after over forty years, it needed to be told.
It’s a great film, not because it’s big or dramatic, but rather quite the opposite: it makes the most of the tiny intimacies in this quiet slice of life.
Although the community feels distant, the themes and story can feel personal for anyone, regardless of background.
The action sequences, which were a definite highlight of the “The Secret Service,” are still the main draw here.