Jim Hemphill on the rhythms and pleasures of the new miniseries-style edit of the director’s 2015 epic which quietly dropped on Netflix.
Jim Hemphill on Maggie Greenwald's 1993 revisionist Western, a film that brilliantly and insightfully plays with the tropes of the genre.
Joe Lynch, a self-professed "Blackhead," celebrates the writer-director's unique knack for creating vivid, memorable secondary villains.
An appreciation of QT's latest that, naturally, has an overture, chapters and an intermission.
The journeyman director looks back on one of his most controversial films, and how it caused a (literal) stink among journalists in the U.K.