In her third feature film, Laos' Mattie Do—the country's only female filmmaker and only horror director—blends both genre and timelines into one philosophical ghost story in The Long Walk.
Distopias with heavy-handed governments were one of the first things dreamed of by science fiction after the industrial revolution. Metropolis, 1984, and, We collectively looked to Big Brother (and originated that phrase) as the big bad guy. The Antenna tries to carry that torch, but fails to have much to add to the conversation. The […]
Always on-brand, zombie movies refuse to die, and with good reason. These undead, hungry creatures are a projection of the worst parts of our humanity and there will never be any shortage of those. Blood Quantum takes an older monster, puts it in an even older cultural war, and attempts to present this as a […]
Armando Iannucci gives a Dickens classic a new spin.
Edward Norton discusses adapting Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn for the big screen and the age of Donald Trump.
Antonio Banderas spoke to That Shelf about Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain & Glory, where he plays an aging film director who reflects upon his career, creative stagnation, and the rich life that inspired his passion for the cinema.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is a darkly funny essay on class warfare and quite possibly the best film of 2019.
The Antenna is a dystopic horror/thriller from Turkish director Orçun Behram.
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Gundala is an audacious comic book movie with a rich mythology, striking visuals, and jam-packed with action.
Corpus Christi is a story about healing and the struggles we must overcome to get our second chances.
My Life as a Comedian is an adaptation of Jonas Gardell’s best-selling novel about the travails of growing up.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood star Tom Hanks delivers one of the year’s most charming performances as legendary TV star Fred Rogers.
Jason Segel and Casey Affleck enjoy a tender bromance in this poignant comedy from Gabriela Cowperthwaite.