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.
Tarantino's much anticipated ninth film is his best so far, and also arguably the greatest movie ever about the movies.
Jim Hemphill on the new Netflix show about grief, a show which mines complex and conflicting emotions for both laughs and profundity.
Jim Hemphill dives into Audible’s rendering of the legendary cyberpunk novelist’s never-produced installment of the Ripley series.
Jim Hemphill on the rhythms and pleasures of the new miniseries-style edit of the director’s 2015 epic which quietly dropped on Netflix.
Talkhouse's TV columnist is swept up by AMC's expansive Pierce Brosnan-led family saga, which has just started its second season.
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 pays tribute to the beloved actor, who showed his true brilliance as a performer in John McNaughton's overlooked 1996 crime drama.
Jim Hemphill admires the latest addition to the small-screen realm of Law & Order creator Dick Wolf.