Adam Baran on Better Watch Out, which is to toxic masculinity what Get Out is to racism. And it's a Christmas movie too!
Adam Baran is energized by the French drama about AIDS activists, and offers up a list of ways those similarly inspired can get involved.
Jim Hemphill is surprised to find the latest Blumhouse joint is legitimately great, and wonders if a golden age of horror is imminent.
Director Jesse Noah Klein on the continuing power of Elaine May's underseen classic, and its influence on his film We're Still Together.
Shannon Plumb braves her first horror movie in two decades, and ponders how a beloved comic figure became an icon of evil.
Jim Hemphill, just back from the Telluride Film Festival, reports on the revelatory new version of one of the great director's most troubled movies.
In advance of the film's Metrograph screening this Friday, Bruce LaBruce revisits Frank Ripploh's 1980 gay classic.
Shannon Plumb pens a beautiful, idiosyncratic response to Michael Almereyda's movie about love, death and memory.
Inspired by Berry's latest film, actress Tipper Newton (The Mindy Project) delves into the thrillers of the Oscar-winning star.
Adam Keleman, writer-director of the forthcoming Easy Living, makes a case for the euphoria-inducing hit comedy and its breakout star.