Just how would John Williams musically close the 'Star Wars' trilogy?
Here's a video essay on why the Winkie's Diner scene is the key to understanding 'Mulholland Drive.'
Director Andrew Traucki is now three for three when it comes to tense and terrifying animal-attack movies.
"15 years ago Helen's nephew died... or did he?"
In this interview, filmmaker Liz Garbus discusses the making of her hit docuseries I'll Be Gone in the Dark and the state of the true crime genre.
Al Adamson was something special, and now he's gotten a Blu-ray box set to memorialize both the man and his work.
'Project Power' is the latest in a long line of films and comic books deconstructing superhero concepts.
Mirror, mirror on the wall what's the most mind-boggling blue screen effect of them all?
This might not be the actor’s most well-known outing as a Vietnam veteran, but it’s easily the most entertaining.
The Fleischer brothers reluctantly agreed to take on Superman, and in the process, they revolutionized the character.
Jeon delivers a jaw-dropping performance as a grieving mother.
Unlike the movie, who the guilty party was in this scenario is still up for debate. Who really killed Marilyn Sheppard in 1954?
Here's a video that teases out the cinematic resonances between 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' and the work of Jane Campion, Stanley Kubrick, and others.
Here's a video essay about why Christopher Nolan's 'Inception' still has us dreaming big, ten years later.
In this edition of Cinephile Summer Camp, we present a movie marathon that should make your kids appreciate how film stories repeat and evolve.
The Netflix superhero series finds its groove in a 1960s-set season that's pure entertainment.