From “Down With The Sickness” to “Zombie,” Snyder is the king of not-so-subtle musical cues.
We look back at the ending of the iconic TV series and consider two ways of looking at Don Draper’s final epiphany.
Are machines really capable of feeling emotion? And what is love, really, anyway?
No one world-builds quite like Wong Kar Wai.
By Hans Qu
From ancient China to the modern cinema, the new Netflix animated feature has centuries of storytelling tradition in its bones.
As ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ turns 40, Charlie Brigden explores how composer John Williams gave Indiana Jones his groove.
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.