Filmmaker Benjamin Shearn continues his "Driftless Significance" series of video essays with a euphoric encapsulation of the Dutch master's work.
In the second part of his Driftless Significance video essay series, Benjamin Shearn looks at horror's departure from its classical roots.
Kentucker Audley unearths his "lost" video essay about the 1993 drama, which he created in 2017 but is only now sharing with the world.
Benjamin Shearn kicks off his new video essay series, Driftless Significance, by pondering an enduring obsession that started with Scanners.
Celebrate July 4th with an epoch-defining video essay by Kentucker Audley on the classic Will Smith movie where he goes and shoots all those aliens.
Paul Feig has some serious moves, and that infectious passion for getting down can be seen in all of his work.
When you're on the precipice of a collapse, sometimes the most soothing thing is finding movies to show us what the end will look like ...
Kentucker Audley is a huge fan of Rushmore, but has found a cool way to make Wes Anderson's breakthrough hit even better.
The best video essayist on the internet is back with expert analysis of one of the great Oscar-winning movies of all time.
In anticipation of the biggest film of Villeneuve's career so far, a look at his most striking visual trademark.