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.
Jim Hemphill, a man who watches too much (but still nowhere near enough to keep up!), picks a few favorites from the past 12 months.
Jim Hemphill sings the praises of the incredibly enjoyable CBS procedural Bull, which returns for its third season tonight.
After writing about yet another of her movies, Bruce LaBruce has finally got Jodie Foster out of his system. Probably.
Talkhouse’s resident film archivist extols the virtues (and trashy pleasures) of an unfairly forgotten masterpiece of low-budget exploitation cinema.
The beloved action movie subgenre has lain dormant for some time, but writer-producer Lenkov has kept its spirit alive in two of his CBS shows.
Alan Cumming's gay lead character has been a major talking point, but there is much more besides that sets this series apart.
Jim Hemphill spotlights a director whose standout talents show she's clearly ready to make the leap to the big screen.
LaBruce on Frank Perry’s unsettling cat-and-mouse neo-noir, and its parallels with another underseen gem, Séance on a Wet Afternoon.
Despite being an Oscar winner, Arthur Hiller and Paddy Chayefsky's dark satirical drama is now overlooked and richly deserves fresh attention.