Parsing (and writing songs about) her beautiful, strange worlds and "magical relationships."
Stuart Gordon flashes back to the time he met with the interspecies linguistic researcher to discuss a sequel to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
Watching the latest in the Scharzenegger cyborg franchise prompts an unexpected viewing of the first film, and some realizations about action movies.
The director of a new female-driven sci-fi indie finds resonance in the second part of the futuristic trilogy based on Veronica Roth's YA novels.
The Wachowskis' new space opera delivers "Chihuahua Face," absurd character names, apathetic supporting villains, and a retro '90s plot and ideology.
When a master horror film director is also a master film-score composer, you can bet his music will take you down some dark alleys.
Christopher Nolan is one of the major filmmakers trying to keep celluloid alive, but does film truly provide a superior viewing experience to digital?
An epic look at an epic film, and how the rules of the world work (or don't) in Nolan's latest magnum opus.
The fear of the unknown is the most primal terror of them all, and a young writer-director brilliantly exploits this in her feature debut.
Robin Wright plays Robin Wright in a surreal, dystopian vision of Hollywood's future, a film that's more psychic fiction than science fiction.