The pandemic has intensified concerns that streaming poses a threat to the cinematic experience. Here's a video essay explaining why.
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Author: Meg Shields
James Gunn's directorial debut is as repulsive as it is underrated.
Wondering what's good, gory, and gothic in streaming this month? We've got you covered.
It's a real gut-buster. In more ways than one. Here's a video essay on the absurdist short film's tonal tightrope walk.
A stunt so nice they showed it thrice. Here's the story behind Jackie Chan's legendary leap.
Here's a short animated film about loneliness, unlikely company, and the quiet beauty of a solitary space probe.
Some directors say "we got it" when they do not, in fact, "got it." Those directors are not Stanley Kubrick.
Watch a video essay about the female-led films that defined cinema last year.
What was its purpose and why was it so infamous? Let's sneak a peek, shall we?
Were you distracted by the woman in the red dress? Yeah, us too. So let's talk about it.