Jim Hemphill celebrates the directing great's underappreciated 1974 remake, a film which arguably resonates even more strongly today.
Jim Hemphill pays tribute to the criminally underrated British horror director, who sadly passed away last week.
Kevin Smokler, director of the documentary Vinyl Nation, looks at the cultural impact of Jonathan Demme's Oscar-winning classic.
Gillian Wallace Horvat, the writer-director-star of the dark satire I Blame Society, makes the case for Radley Metzger's 1970s classic.
Julia Marchese pays tribute to the late director with this personal appreciation of his towering, half-century-long documentary project.
Filmmaker Jenny Gage on Tyler Taormina's unconventional coming-of-age movie, a film which perfectly captures the feeling of being a teenager.
Anna Roisman digs into a large pizza as she pays tribute to the Macaulay Culkin classic, which oddly feels even more relevant on its 30th anniversary.
Writer-director Graham Swon shines a light on Leslie Megahey's vastly underseen "indirect horror" movie, a lost BBC gem from 1979.
The crime novelist and TV writer, whose anthology crime film D.C. Noir is out now, on his favorite episode of Rod Serling's iconic show.
Director Braden King chats with Bill and Turner Ross about their under-the-radar doc, which captures the making of Benh Zeitlin's Wendy.