Daniela De Carlo continues her column revisiting her adventures as a young filmmaker in L.A. with memories of Alexander Payne and Sideways.
He’s also the subject of an excellent new doc called It Started As A Joke.
Anna Roisman has a deep personal connection to the criminally overlooked sequel, despite it's slightly questionable sexual politics ...
Jim Hemphill recommends his latest VOD treasure, a slick and very enjoyable car thriller from the creators of the Chicago TV franchise.
Anna Roisman unashamedly speaks out for two movies that, unlike the TV show they spun off from, haven't been embraced by critics or fans.
Jim Hemphill's new Talkhouse column about the hidden gems of VOD kicks off with underrated stuntman/auteur David Barrett's 2012 feature debut.
In her new column for Talkhouse, Anna Roisman kicks off a passionate defense of unappreciated movies with this 2018 J.Lo gem.
Could anything go wrong by switching up the tried-and-tested format of this column and swapping one parent for another? In a word, yes.
Mel and her mother see Harmony Korine's wild new movie, and together conceive a brilliant new business idea: McConaughey’s Banana Hammocks.
Filmmaker and die-hard PLL fan Jim Hemphill gives the skinny on the pilot of one of the most anticipated new shows of the season.