Madison Brek

Enjoys watching sunrises and sunsets, but prefers watching the Richard Linklater trilogy.

Talking Westerns and Perfect Shots with Vincent D’Onofrio

The legendary actor discusses the origins of his new film 'The Kid' and working with both longtime collaborators and new…

The Cinematography of ‘Cold War’

Oscar-nominated DP Lukasz Żal discusses his aesthetic influences, stylistic choices, and the intimate nature of working on such a personal…

‘Suspiria,’ ‘Rosemary’s Baby,’ and the Two Types of Body Horror

A look at women's bodies, the patriarchy, and villainy in two horror masterpieces.

25 Magical Pop Music Moments in Wes Anderson Films

A tribute to some perfect soundtracks.

Love and Murder ‘In a Lonely Place’

How Nicholas Ray's 1950 film blends the two to elevate film noir.

John Cazale’s Unparalleled Cinematic Legacy

The character actor only appeared in 5 movies before his death at age 42, but every single one was nominated…

‘Under The Silver Lake’ Review: An Explosively Funny Neo-Noir Destined for Cult Classic Status

Andrew Garfield shines in ‘It Follows’ writer-director David Robert Mitchell’s much-anticipated follow-up.

How John Cassavetes Pioneered Independent Filmmaking

There's a reason why people like Martin Scorsese frequently cite the writer-director as an influence.

How ‘You Were Never Really Here’ Deconstructs Cinematic Violence and the Damaged Male Savior

By sparsely depicting graphic violence and presenting a non-glorified pseudo-hero, this film changes the game.

A Tribute to Dance Scenes in Non-Musicals

There's nothing greater than a perfect dance scene.