'Blaze' and 'Blaze Foley: Duct Tape Messiah' form a unique pairing of fiction and nonfiction portrayals of Austin's forgotten sons.
- Author Archive
Author: Matthew Monagle
We interview the filmmaker and stars of 'Skate Kitchen,' this summer's best film about skateboard culture.
In a bold move, A24 is making its new coming-of-age movie available to the actual 8th graders of the world.
If the end is indeed at hand for MoviePass, here are the films where MoviePass made a difference for one critic.
'Teen Titans Go! To The Movies' makes the case for animated superhero movies to be more than just studio B-sides.
The death of one minor 'Mission: Impossible' says a lot about the franchise's common ground.
Two of 2018's high-profile horror films explore what happens when deaf characters are treated by their loved ones as a liability instead of strength.
Even Denzel Washington's latest action movie recognizes the end of an era and adjusts accordingly.
Dwayne Johnson may be many things, but 'Skyscraper' shows a blockbuster everyman isn't one of them.
If you don't feel welcomed by Hannah Gadsby's new Netflix special, that's not an invitation to leave.