Aaron Katz looks back on his history with home entertainment's answer to vinyl, and how it inspired his latest film, Gemini.
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...