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.
Talkhouse Film's resident TV expert Jim Hemphill shares his list of favorite small-screen pleasures from the past 12 months.
Joe Dante, Barbara Crampton, Darren Lynn Bousman and more honor the late, great Re-Animator director and frequent Talkhouse contributor.
Jim Hemphill touts this underrated gem about a couple putting on the late Terrence McNally’s play Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune.
Jim Hemphill recommends his latest VOD treasure, a slick and very enjoyable car thriller from the creators of the Chicago TV franchise.
Maybe because it was a sequel/remake, most audiences missed out on one of the most entertaining films of 2019.
Tarantino's much anticipated ninth film is his best so far, and also arguably the greatest movie ever about the movies.
Jim Hemphill's new Talkhouse column about the hidden gems of VOD kicks off with underrated stuntman/auteur David Barrett's 2012 feature debut.
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.