I was really taken with Sam Barlow’s interactive narrative Her Story when it was released in 2015, but is the much anticipated followup, Telling Lies, as gripping? Maybe not, but it’s much more ambitious and tells an enthralling story nonetheless.
It’s always such a bummer to see the same crop of movies wind up on everyone’s top ten lists, so it pleases me to no end to find this year’s batch of mid-year lists featuring such a wide array of titles. Jordan
It’s tough to narrow it down to just five most anticipated films from this year’s Fantasia Festival in Montreal, but here’s my best attempt. With the lineup recently announced, there’s a metric ton of great genre cinema to choose from, but
Two strangers make a connection in the greatest city on earth in the latest short film from director Christopher Jason Bell (The Winds That Scatter). The film stars Ahmed Khawaja and Alex Beechko as two out-of-towners whose chance encounter sparks some good conversation
Did you know there was a video game adaptation of Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet‘s 1995 dark fairytale The City of Lost Children? I recently discovered this Playstation adventure game and simply had to check it out. It’s not good. Join me as
If you’re not watching the Oscars on ABC tonight at 8PM EST (I don’t blame you), here you can take a look at all the winners as they’re announced. Who’s going to take home a statue in the most contentious
A day before the Oscars we have a smaller, more interesting (in my opinion) award ceremony with the Independent Spirit Awards. If you’re not watching on IFC or struggling to get the livestream to work on Facebook, you can take a look
In my introduction to last year’s Oscar predictions, I refer to the 2017–18 awards season as “one of the most tumultuous” in recent memory, a superlative that would almost seem too weak when discussing the events of this year. Each