Three decades later, Scanners is still a head-popping good time. [21.Jul.14]
Despite their flaws, A Fever in the Blood and Wall of Noise reveal the crucial role of the film editor. [21.Jul.14]
The film's best argument for the positive effects of music is made in images of individuals' vivid, apparently immediate responses. [21.Jul.14]
The absurd extremes of this story have an expansive quality that leaves acres of room to explore its moral, political, and socioeconomic possibilities. But it doesn't.
Sex Tape demonstrates that it's very hard to do a funny movie about the difficulty of maintaining a successful marriage. [18.Jul.14]
Billy Wilder spares no one—not even the viewer—in this scathing satire of American culture. [17.Jul.14]