Film history work Lewd Looks argues that sexploitation films provided an underground and important bridge between the end of old Hollywood and the start of something else.
Christopher Hitchens: The Last Interview and Other Conversations is a tantalizing, brief appetizer of the breadth, scope, and urgency of this legendary contrarian's thoughts on such topics as religion, war, literature, and media.
Comics films are fun but they barely scratch the surface of that other world, where comics really live and die.
Saving face and facing a new life in the colorful times of a gambling backgammon master.
This is a deep dive into the history of literature and the murky threats it's faced that have only served to make it stronger.
The history of this important American cultural institution is vital and appreciated, of course. If only the text had more "life" and "color" in it, as a good film does.
Francis Ford Coppola's 'Live Cinema' Is an Indispensable Jewel for Film Student and Film Aficionado Alike
A master filmmaker searches for new ways to tell old stories.
Dinner at the Center of the Earth shows there can be no balance in a world solely populated by avengers.
The sophomore literary effort from the Welcome to Night Vale franchise hits a double, gets on base... but never makes it home.
Pamela Bannos has written a careful, touching, delicate biography that escorts Maier out of the shadows and into the light without risking overexposure.
Georges Didi-Hubermann's Bark considers the implications of truth in images from living pieces of the Holocaust.