Review: 'Welcome to Marwen' is a strange cinematic experience

Review: 'Welcome to Marwen' is a strange cinematic experience

By: Matthew McKenna 

Welcome to Marwen is a strange cinematic experience. It is a type of strange that comes across to the viewer almost as discomforting as an unwelcome personal confession might.

Review: 'Glass' is a g****mn MASTERPIECE

Review: 'Glass' is a g****mn MASTERPIECE

By: Sterling Woods 

After years in directorial jail M. Night Shyamalan proved he could still surprise audiences with Split, and now with his cap to the trilogy about grounded heroes. Glass reminds us why we loved him in the first place.

Review: Netflix's IO doesn't deserve to be called BAD

Review: Netflix's IO doesn't deserve to be called BAD

By: Evan Todd-McCoy

Io is a particular type of low key science fiction film that puts the human element front and center. It’s not a movie for those seeking spectacle or profundity, but rather those who are drawn into its understated drama about what are perhaps the last two people on Earth.

Review: Alfonso Cuarón delivers his most personal film yet, with 'Roma'

Review: Alfonso Cuarón delivers his most personal film yet, with 'Roma'

By: Evan Todd-McCoy 

As a filmmaker, Alfonso Cuarón has moved freely within different genres and styles, building up a body of work that is as impressive as it is varied.

Review: 'Escape Room' is a surprisingly fresh take on a bland premise

Review: 'Escape Room' is a surprisingly fresh take on a bland premise

By: Evan Todd-McCoy 

Setting a thriller around escape rooms is a so-trendy-it-hurts premise. The bluntly titled Escape Room pulls off being a better than average movie anyway.

10 Legendary Hollywood Directors Returning in 2019

10 Legendary Hollywood Directors Returning in 2019

BY: Martin Hoffstepper 

Hollywood’s veteran elite have returned to take advantage of the generous climate. Here’s what some of them are up to in 2019:

Review: 'Vice' is very good at making us laugh at things that shouldn't be funny

Review: 'Vice' is very good at making us laugh at things that shouldn't be funny

By: Evan Todd-McCoy 

Vice could easily have been a dry docudrama with trailers that indicated something more formal, closer to the typical biopic. Leave it to Adam McKay to infuse it with even more of the inventive, mercurial stylization that characterized 2015’s The Big Short.