film review

Danish director Gustav Moller’s new film, “The Guilty,” is the most stressful movie you’ll watch this year. It’s nearly impossible not to have a physical reaction to the anxious atmosphere it builds and the high-stakes nature of every moment. The ...

In 1978, writer-producer Debra Hill and director John Carpenter put their heads together to give horror a new name. That name was Michael Myers, the most terrifying slasher villain since “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre”’s Leatherface. Grossing an adjusted $46 ...

It’s that time of year again. The air is crisper. The leaves are falling. November is closing in on us. Next month, thousands of Americans will travel home and feast on a dinner filled with roast turkey, mouth-watering mashed potatoes ...

Throughout history, brave explorers have pushed beyond the limits of the known world to discover new lands. In the 20th century, the space race saw a giant leap in exploration when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people ...

“Man Made,” a documentary co-written and directed by Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing T Cooper, is a fascinating and enlightening view into the lives of four transgender men (Mason, Kennie, Dominic and Rese), who strive to become bodybuilders. ...

Director Ruben Fleischer’s “Venom” has not debuted well with critics, standing at 30 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and their concerns regarding the film are somewhat valid. It has several scripting, editing and technical issues that weaken its story and make ...

A “feel-good movie” doesn’t seem like the right way to describe “The Old Man and the Gun.” While it does gleam with charm, the film feels less like a relentless attempt to make the audience feel warm and fuzzy as ...

Hollywood, a decades-old dream factory speckled by the brightest stars, is often nothing more than a dream itself. Beneath that magical commune lies a cold, ruthless machine — one that grinds some of its most brilliant artists into a pulp, ...

The hype for “Bad Times at the El Royale,” exploded into cultural consciousness upon the release of the first trailer. With a style and setting that felt wholly different from the films being released around this time, “Bad Times” promised ...