Talkhouse Film contributors' favorite films of the year, with special contributions by David Lowery, Melanie Lynskey, Bill Plympton and more.
What might have been a thrillingly old-fashioned seagoing adventure yarn is curiously lacking in both zest and restraint.
The great detective looks back on his last case in old age — but is it really Sherlock, or just a simulacrum?
A onetime fan of self-consciously antagonistic cinema finds much to admire and contemplate in this unconventional, Argentine-set Western.
Has another 2014 film so inventively woven together different genres and tones into a cohesive whole? Aaron Katz doesn't think so.
I wish The Battered Bastards of Baseball were half as rowdy as its subject matter. The film examines the Class A Portland Mavericks...
I may not be the target demographic for Land Ho!, but my parents are. I was lucky enough to watch the film with my folks...