There is no moral to this tale about the initial trials and tribulations of feature filmmaking.
In bed with a cup of tea, having lunch or stifling a sneeze, Talkhouse Film contributors share their Sundance picks from Park City and beyond.
Because sometimes seeing a film straight just isn't the right choice...
Humans have always hated zombies, but Hollywood just loves zombie movies. Does a low-key genre entry starring Arnold deserve its existence?
A filmmaker with a very particular set of writing skills takes a look at the latest revenge thriller from Liam Neeson.
This festival favorite about the twisted relationship between two lesbian lovers — and also the study of insects — has many pleasures to offer.
Robin Wright plays Robin Wright in a surreal, dystopian vision of Hollywood's future, a film that's more psychic fiction than science fiction.
Maybe I don’t respect cinema enough, maybe I have a primitive mind or maybe I’m just a bad guy; but I love movie violence.
Fatalism is a funny thing, I know I wrestle with it. I feel a teaspoon of anger when someone tells me, “Everything happens for a reason.”
Alejandro Jodorowsky makes odyssey pictures – people remember a Jodorowsky trip. It's like an involuntary timestamp...