Nicolas Cage vs. demonic mascots. What more could you ask for?
Our own Managing Editor dives into the latest from the Neil Young Archives, Young Shakespeare—a limited edition box set release from the musician's iconic Stratford show.
A deep dive into the Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam masterpiece Tea for the Tillerman on super rare UHQR Mofi vinyl and several other formats.
Oliver Hermanus's apartheid war drama has echoes of Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker and Claire Denis' Beau Travail.
Bosnia-Herzegovina's Oscar nominee Quo Vadis, Aida? is deeply powerful.
Our own Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes The Black Crowes' Shake Your Money Maker 30th anniversary box set. Turns out it's not too hard to handle at all.
Concrete Cowboy stars Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin as inner-city cowboys in a sentimental urban odyssey.
The Present gets our critics vote among the Oscar nominees.
If Anything Happens, I Love You gets this writer's vote among the nominees.
Balancing reflection with honesty is a struggle for people, as well as for film. How well do we remember our own lives, and what good does it do us to remember the pain? Swan Song does not ask that question exactly, but it does play fast and loose with reality. And why shouldn’t it? The […]
Attack of the Titans delivers kaiju-on-kaiju spectacle in overabundance.
Michelle Pfeiffer gives her best performance in years in this wry comedy.
A heist-thriller by any other name is still a heist-thriller.
Emma Seligman's feature film debut Shiva Baby is a spry queer Jewish comedy with a star making turn from Rachel Sennott.
WeWork: or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn presents an infuriating display of unchecked capitalistic hedonism.