At his annual Oscar party Kevin Killian laments the lack of nominees of color while roasting the sure fire white winners playing numerous afflictions.
Jake Valento looks closely at Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice and finds a film that’s more than the sum of its shaggy-dog pot-smoked parts.
Daniel Beauregard on one of the most stunning films by Japanese New Wave icon Masahiro Shinoda.
Eric Nelson takes a look at what is unspoken and what is lacking in The Interview.
Brian Warfield looks into the mirror of the mirror of the mirror of Bill Murray in The Razor’s Edge and Groundhog Day.
Micah Gottlieb provides an inside look at the Migrating Forms Festival, taking place December 10-18 in NYC, including new films by Gina Telaroli and Stanya Kahn.
American indulgence and destruction may have never had a more appropriate depiction than in Harmony Korine’s VHS-affected feature, Trash Humpers.
Filmmaker Damon Packard takes a personal look back at the construction and reception of Cameron Crowe’s cult classic, The Wild Life.
Lucy Tiven takes an eye to Hardcore Zen, a documentary by Pirooz Kalayah exploring the intersection between Buddhism and punk.
Sasha Fletcher stops by to review Under The Skin and talks eating cake, kerosene, and aliens.