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Park Chan Wook Color Theory

The Color Theory of Park Chan-Wook


From seeing red to feeling green with envy, here’s a breakdown of the color stories in the work of Park Chan-wook.

The James Cameron Inflation Effect: Avatar The Way Of Water

The James Cameron Inflation Effect: Why His Movies Keep Getting Bigger


If there is such a thing as “good” inflation, this is it.

The Crowded Room Apple Series

Despite A Great Cast, ‘The Crowded Room’ Isn’t Worth The Visit


Apple TV’s muddled new drama benefits from an A-List cast, but it’s not enough to make it worth a watch.

Horror Streaming Guide June

All the Horror You Need to Stream in June 2023


Summer is just around the bend, so why not celebrate with a ‘Subspecies’ marathon?

New On Prime June 2023

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for June 2023


This month is all about the catalog titles…

I Shot Andy Warhol

The Confrontational Empathy of ‘I Shot Andy Warhol’


Obligatory “but I didn’t shoot the deputy.”

Lord Of War

‘Lord of War’ Is a Cynical Gem and Our Pick of the Week


Plus 3 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Fear Is The Key

15 Things We Learned from the ‘Fear Is the Key’ Commentary


“This was made during the two or three years where Barry Newman was a star.”

Travis Bickle Food

Let’s Talk About Travis Bickle’s Bread and Brandy Cereal


A way to a young man’s self-destructive rage is through his stomach.

Asteroid City

‘Asteroid City’ Is A Hopeful Gaze Into Infinity (Cannes Review)


Wes Anderson’s latest is a gorgeous ‘50s-set Russian doll of a movie about the wonder and the terror of the “cosmic wilderness.”

Spider Man: Across The Spider-Verse Review

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Grabs The Superhero Movie Crown


Or it will when ‘Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse’ arrives next year.

John Wick Red

More Stuntmen Should Be Directing Action Movies


Lights, camera, roundhouse kick!