Filmmaker Adam Kritzer examines the seductive and deeply problematic vision of Todd Phillips' new movie, and Fincher's classic which preceded it.
Jim Hemphill, eternal champion of the film maudit, sings the praises of this intense portrait of L.A. fan culture from the Limp Bizkit frontman.
Jim Hemphill celebrates the Blu-ray release of the 1978 film from the unheralded partnership of Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins.
Filmmaker Alix Lambert on Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov's exquisitely beautiful and very timely documentary Honeyland.
Tarantino's much anticipated ninth film is his best so far, and also arguably the greatest movie ever about the movies.
Jim Hemphill dives into Audible’s rendering of the legendary cyberpunk novelist’s never-produced installment of the Ripley series.
Savannah Knoop, the “body” of J.T. LeRoy and J.T. LeRoy’s screenwriter, shares their deep love of the deliciously dark BBC comedy thriller.
Jim Hemphill on the rhythms and pleasures of the new miniseries-style edit of the director’s 2015 epic which quietly dropped on Netflix.
With the help of his 10-year-old son, Caveh Zahedi takes a sideways look at Marvel's latest record-breaking epic.
Donnybrook writer-director Tim Sutton shares his feelings about the awe-inspiring and challenging new film by the French auteur.