Granted, it’s only February, I might be proven wrong. But what a blessing if I am. Bring me your sheep, Iceland!
A cool neo-noir shot on 35mm is the closing film at the 2016 SF Indiefest.
I’d like to promise this double feature won’t cause irreversible brain damage, but not so much that I’m going to.
Prepare to be lightly amused.
An article you’ll stop reading well before I get to my review of Chi-Raq, a film which is worth watching.
Send more paramedics.
It will make you cry, but not with anger. These are the tears of yearning and growth.
Tangerine is a Tom Waits song or a Bukowski novel. It is a tale that makes you feel and care and know subjects normally considered too marginal for your attention.
Scrape the cholesterol from the hardened arteries of cinema, to make its heart — and yours — beat with frightening vigor.
An unusual case study of two movies based on the same book, each trying to be faithful in its own way.
Be here now
For both the poetically minded and the short attention spanned among you.
Stop-motion puppets bring Charlie Kaufman’s latest story of misery to depressing life.
Late period Hitchcock is not for the weak of heart.