A movie lover always remembers their first Hitchcock.
There’s an old adage in the music industry that a band has a lifetime to write, assemble, and record songs for its very first record, but only a handful of months to put together its second.
When we look at the images gliding across the screen, mirror-like, we see human figures and we look for our selves in them.
It’s vital that we continually seek out the people, places, and things which can fill us back up. And for me, like so many of you, movies will always be one of those places.
We’re diving headfirst back into that teenage world, looking at how movies have tried to capture adolescence on screen over the past few decades
Well, it’s a brand new year, and so we’ve decided to try something a bit different for our very first issue of 2014.
An impasse. A quandary. A pickle. A choice. In this issue, we’re looking at dilemmas: the in-betweens and roads not taken, the murky areas, the shades of gray.
Mike Nichols spent a lifetime telling stories, in one form or another.
The Coen Brothers, who have been making movies for over thirty years now, are master craftsman; say what you will about the many films they’ve made, but each has an unmistakable, distinctive authorial beat.
Chad Perman, Editor-in-Chief 1. Boyhood I find myself mostly recommending this film to anybody who has ever been a child, a parent, or a human being. The best of everything that film is and can be. 2. Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance Dazzling in its daring, virtuosity, and artistry. Everyone...
This month, we're devoting all of our pages to the small screen, focusing on a single show that, over the course of its seven seasons, has proven itself to be one of the most intelligent, layered, compelling, and engaging stories ever told, on any screen.
In which we say hello to science fiction & wish a fond farewell to one of our beloved editor