Jim Hemphill is overwhelmed by Terrence Malick's revelatory reimagination of his 2011 magnum opus.
Occasionally you see a movie and immediately know it's up there with the all-time greats. This is one of those rare times.
Sometimes the sign of a great film is that you don't like it the first time. With Christina Choe and Wanda, that was certainly the case.
Jim Hemphill details the pleasures of a new cut of Rian Johnson's movie which dispenses with dialogue and SFX to forefront John Williams' music.
Celebrating the legacy of Steven Soderbergh's landmark movie starring George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez, which was released on this day in 1998.
Mark Rappaport is wowed by Lynne Ramsay's long-awaited fourth feature, a film that confirms her as one of our most important living directors.
The writer-director-star of Mr. Roosevelt on the current state of comedy, and the redemptive awesomeness of Netflix's true-crime mockumentary.
Shannon Plumb on the world now, and the world that can be glimpsed in Ryan Coogler's paradigm-shifting box-office behemoth.
The screenwriter of Blair Witch just watched his first movie in 18 months, so of course he wrote about the experience for Talkhouse.
Talkhouse Film's TV columnist gives the lowdown on the latest (and boldest) iteration of Gene Roddenberry's classic sci-fi series.