The Strange Ones director Radcliff singles out AMC's period drama-horror, a show that managed to both surprise and inspire him.
Though Kay Cannon's debut has many of the trappings of a straightforward studio comedy, underneath is a much more complex, satisfying movie.
Is it possible that Rawson Marshall Thurber's latest Dwayne Johnson vehicle is an action movie for the ages?
Adam Keleman asks you to give this tragicomic HBO show about white male privilege a chance.
The director of Rat Film on Marcus Lemonis’ problematic but compelling reality TV show, and some uncomfortable truths about documentary.
Filmmaker and graphic artist Tukel spotlights one of his favorite movies of 2017 — and also creates two animated gifs for the film!
Channeling Claudia Rankine, Talkhouse Film's poet laureate Terence Nance looks at the present moment through one of the finest films of 2016.
The acclaimed writer-director on his favorite thing of 2016, the highly unconventional meta web series by fellow Talkhouse contributor Caveh Zahedi.
Stephen Cone on the latest film by the criminally undervalued French filmmaker André Téchiné, a director very important to Cone's life and work.
Pete's Dragon's director defends the reputation of Duncan Jones' much maligned sword-and-sorcery blockbuster (and another cinematic spectacle).