Saturday, April 4, 2020

IndieEthos podcast, Episode 10: Miami Film Festival GEMS recap; new indie...

Used with permission from Neon Here is our latest podcast for Jolt Radio. In this month’s installment, we...

The Lighthouse: all atmosphere and little substance

Director Robert Eggers has steeped the followup to his 2015 feature debut The VVitch with so much...

Ad Astra: a space adventure that cracks open traditional masculinity

Courtesy 20th Century Fox With Ad Astra, his second father-son adventure movie in a row, writer-director...

Official Secrets offers moving performance by Knightley in mixed bag of...

Courtesy IFC Films After directing 2015’s Eye in the Sky, an astonishing thriller based on real world...

The Nightingale makes revenge unsettling

Courtesy IFC Films There hasn’t been a movie this year that has so consistently...

Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood has heart to outshine...

Courtesy Sony Pictures For his second to last film before he retires writer-director Quentin Tarantino reveals a lighter,...

A Midsommar beyond horror

Courtesy of A24 Beyond jump scares and disturbing images, good horror movies tap into the terror of taboo...

The Last Black Man in San Francisco subverts sentimentality

Courtesy of A24 With bold vision informed by soul, The Last Black Man in San Francisco makes for...

Endzeit: a zombie drama exploring conflict of feminine energy from outside...

Courtesy Juno Films, Inc. I’ve written about it often: horror movie movies are great vehicles for...

Best movies of 2019 – first half

Courtesy Kino Lorber No movie has blown my mind this year at this point in 2019, as it...