For our Episodes column, we re-examine “1:23:45”, the bleak, fantastic first installment of HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ miniseries.
At a time when everyone is doing it, Bo Burnham gets internet critique right.
By Chris Coffel
The Hollywood Theatre first opened its doors in 1926. Nearly one hundred years later, it has navigated its fair share of hard times to become a beloved staple in the Portland arts scene.
Nothing can replace the power of seeing fear on the big screen.
With movie theaters making a comeback, ‘Mission: Impossible’ reminds us why going to the cinema should not be considered a dying art.
By Shea Vassar
While some cinephiles are heading back to the in-person cinema experience, there are a few who are content staying home.
With the imminent return of movie theaters, it’s more important than ever to keep the practice of watching movies projected on film alive.
In his meditation on life and death, Terrence Malick explores the intersection of science and faith.
Thirty years later, this Bill Murray comedy is as relevant as ever.