‘Something in the Dirt’ Goes Searching for Answers and the Mysteries to Match

Isolation makes for strange bedfellows in the latest from the directors of 'Resolution' and 'Spring.' Read More

‘Dual’ is a Battle Between Stellar Premise and Wobbly Execution

Karen Gillan struggles against herself in the latest from the director of 'Faults' and 'The Art of Self Defense.' Read More

‘Emily the Criminal’ Teaches a Low-Key Masterclass in Tension

Aubrey Plaza shines in a criminally adjacent Los Angeles. Read More

‘Pam & Tommy’ is as Humanizing as It is Entertaining

Hulu’s series about the celebrity sex tape scandal that rocked the '90s mostly forgoes salaciousness in favor of empathy for… Read More

Why High Resolution Shouldn’t be a Standard in Modern Filmmaking

4K should be a practical and artistic choice ... not a requirement. Read More

‘Alice’ is an Uneasy But Bold Reckoning with America’s Grotesque “History”

The less you know about it, the better, but it's probably already too late for you. Read More

Jump On It: Exploring the Narrative Potential of the Jump Cut

From special effects to montage, to pure, unbridled style, here's a brief introduction to the many uses of the jump… Read More

‘Sharp Stick’ Marks a Confusing Return for Lena Dunham

Dunham is back with her first movie in over a decade. Read More

The Real Story Behind ‘Thirteen Lives’

The upcoming Ron Howard movie dramatizes the story of a boys soccer team trapped in a Thai cave for 18… Read More