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.
Director Emma Tammi delves into the theme of isolation at the heart of her new film, The Wind, and her documentary about the 2016 Election.
Jim Hemphill on Maggie Greenwald's 1993 revisionist Western, a film that brilliantly and insightfully plays with the tropes of the genre.
Jim Hemphill champions one of the most ambitious (and satisfying) movies of 2016, a wildly original Western that defies expectations at all turns.
Shannon Plumb on Thomas Bidegain's Les Cowboys, which updates the Western for the post-9/11 world.
Jim Hemphill recalls a memorable impromptu encounter with one his idols, the reclusive Michael Cimino, who passed away on July 2.
An appreciation of QT's latest that, naturally, has an overture, chapters and an intermission.
When I read that A Million Ways to Die in the West was underperforming at the box office, my heart sank. Not because I liked the film...
Seth MacFarlane is funny. He's also good-looking (I mean, the guy can wear a tuxedo). He's got a great speaking voice and he can sing as well.