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Making Dynamite From Pennies in ‘Finding Steve McQueen’

We chat with Mark Steven Johnson about how he juggled multiple timelines and tones for little more than $5 million. Read More

The Real Story Behind Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’

The cat-and-mouse chase. The iconic diner scene. The epic shootout. These things actually happened. Read More

How ‘Bodyguard’ Nails its High Tension Scenes

If you haven't heard of this Golden Globe nominated thriller yet, we break down two exciting scenes that'll make it… Read More

Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Keep the Dream Team Alive and Well with ‘I Am The Night’

TNT's new limited crime series hailing from director Patty Jenkins and creator Sam Sheridan spells doom from the start. Read More

‘Ash Is Purest White’ Review: Tao and Zhangke Solidify Themselves As One of Film’s Greatest Duos (NYFF)

Zhangke's latest is a mesmerizing dive into the rural Chinese underground. Read More

5 Reasons Why ‘The Alienist’ Needs a Second Season

Creators of the TNT period crime drama don't have any plans to continue the show, but here's why we want… Read More

The Enduring Feminist Vision of ‘The Silence of the Lambs’

Why Clarice Starling is one of the most important female characters of all-time. Read More

18 Great Vigilante Movies That Aren’t the New ‘Death Wish’

“If the law won't get them... we will!” Read More

‘American Vandal,’ ‘Mindhunter,’ and Netflix’s True Crime Discourse

With addictive docs and incisive dramas, Netflix both satiates and complicates our appetite for true crime. Read More

‘Bomb City’ Is a Timely Tale of Inevitable Violence and Unchecked Injustice

In his debut feature, director James Brooks turns the true story behind 'Bomb City' into a dark slide towards unavoidable… Read More