By Chris Coffel
Gamera may have begun as a cheap Godzilla knockoff, but the flying fire-breathing turtle has earned his place at the big boy kaiju table.
By Luke Hicks
With the release of The Criterion Collection’s “World of Wong Kar Wai” set, we look at how Hong Kong’s King of Cool has built an inimitable career on repetition and iteration.
DIY aesthetics meet big budget productions in two films from the late aughts.
In his second feature film, Christopher Nolan considers the lengths a director might go to manipulate their viewer.
By Farah Cheded
What connects ‘Nightcrawler,’ ‘Dr. Strangelove,’ and ‘The Naked City’? One 1930s crime scene photographer.
By Naomi Elias
This is not the kind of show that should be canceled. It’s the kind of show that should be replicated.
Fukunaga’s simple directorial style allows the 2011 film to soar above other adaptations of the novel.
In these two new films, the American Dream is observed from wildly different perspectives. But the conclusion they come to is eerily similar.
While some fans wonder how the series connects to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, others of us are appreciating how it plays with the history of the television sitcom.