David Cronenberg's Videodrome is a contradictorily compact cinematic expanse of carnality and carnage.
This month on the show we’re talking one-on-one about Francis Ford Coppola’s The Conversation through the lenses of surveillance and seclusion, Gene Hackman and Walter Murch, Catholic guilt and cool jazz.
It’s a dark November night, and Colton Underwood has finally escaped The Bachelor. Bachelor Nation would never be the same.
On the spectatorship of Psycho and Santa Sangre, and queer people’s relationship to horror.
Steven Soderbergh’s KIMI gives voice to universal anxieties around modern technology with alarming accuracy.
We can’t help but look and listen. Yet what if it were not a burden, but even a call for self-reflection and an incitement to change?
A movie as dense and deep as Adaptation offers a communal awakening, one that ideally leads to new insights on the human capacity for thought and emotion.
It’s no secret that Drew Goddard is interested in stories about characters watching and being watched by other people. Bad Times at the El Royale takes this fascination and folds it into the very walls of the titular hotel.