An unsolicited Blu-ray converts a non-believer in big-screen superhero movies into a devoted fan of a trio of TV comic book shows.
25 years after its release, it's time for a critical reappraisal of Peter Bogdanovich's unfairly dismissed follow-up to his most famous film.
One of the most underappreciated American directors is bringing his gifts to the small screen in a way few of his peers can.
In which a devoted fan of erotic thrillers is frustrated to find that a movie with a very promising premise is turned into a boring, inoffensive mess.
Newly out from Criterion, Polanski's take on "the Scottish play" is a work of troubled genius which has long been unfairly overlooked.
Christopher Nolan is one of the major filmmakers trying to keep celluloid alive, but does film truly provide a superior viewing experience to digital?
Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys made me almost unbearably nostalgic, but not in the ways you might think.