Emerald Fennell’s thriller Promising Young Woman pushes buttons, but does it deserve the Oscar’s Best Original Screenplay?
Are the injustices allegedly committed by actor Armie Hammer worth muzzling ‘Crisis’, a film that’s a window into the widespread injustices of Big Pharma?
Director D. Mitry talks with PopMatters about his debut feature film, My True Fairytale, whose story aligns with the tragic loss of his daughter.
In good films and shows with villains as leads, the protagonists’ ethically questionable actions are at least understandable, and perhaps even defensible. Not so in J Blakeson’s ‘I Care a Lot’.
Park Chan-wook’s South Korean thriller ‘Joint Security Area’ shows us how easy it could be to build a brotherhood with our enemies.
‘Test Pattern’ director Shatara Michelle Ford talks with PopMatters about putting everyday fear into film.
Fear of unseen powers causing public tragedies was so widespread in 1974 America that filmmakers knew audiences would believe the corporate murder machine of The Parallax View.
Adapting Larry Watson's novel, director Thomas Bezucha sets the quest of a retired sheriff and his wife to the era of American society's fall from grace.