The director of 78/52 on the movie moments seared themselves onto his memory, and why the Psycho shower scene is not one of them.
An appreciation of the silver screen's most iconic maternal moments.
Allison Anders counts the ways in which she's head over heels about Anna Biller's sumptuous supernatural melodrama.
Jim Hemphill attempts the improbable task of listing the best – or at least most pleasurable – that the small screen had to offer in the past year.
In his regular TV column, Jim Hemphill gets caught up in the ABC crime series, which channels Soderbergh and Hitchcock at their entertaining best.
As she prepares her own Bluebeard film, The Love Witch director Anna Biller looks at past cinematic takes on the dark fairy tale.
Jenni Olson delves into her obsession with Hitchcock's masterpiece, and its connection to the tragic death of one of her dear friends.
Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow's documentary on the genre auteur has a light visual touch — and that's exactly as it should be, says Joe Lynch.
Horror director Lucky McKee, who's seen Psycho countless times, finally dives into its small-screen spin-off – and finds something remarkable.