Midway into 2019, we look at the winners and losers of the year so far.
By Luke Hicks
If you can get past the bummer that is the lack of an opening short, you’ll be glad you did.
We chat with Michael Abels about musically communicating the torment of the film’s antagonists.
Screenwriter Selwyn Seyfu Hinds puts the episode into perspective in the after-screening conversation and proves why his story is most at home in ‘The Twilight Zone.’
By Max Covill
In age where it seems we are living in ‘The Twilight Zone’, the classic series returns with new stories that excite.
Jordan Peele’s new nightmare shows us that horror’s potential empathy is often under-appreciated.
The classic cinematic tool forever tethers its performers and characters.
By Aliya Jones
He’s not the “new” anyone. He’s without a doubt, completely, 100% Jordan Peele and the mix of influences on ‘Us’ proves it.
The last movie of its kind to sell so many tickets was ‘Avatar’ in 2009.