Mira Gonzalez submits a highly personal, drug-laced, and digressively unbound response to Abdellatif Kechiche’s latest film, Blue Is the Warmest Color.
Patrick Wensink watches the new J.D. Salinger biopic and gleans how you too can live a thrilling life of quiet isolation.
The choices that make The Canyons the complicated and Bret Easton Ellis-y thing it is meant to be.
Thomas Moore heads to the PC Beach of the mind and revels in the shallows of Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers.
Michael Jackson: Moscow Case 1993: An overlooked documentary offers a brief but devastating glimpse at the King of Pop during his fall from grace, a time we would rather forget.
Ok, so you probably skipped the Oscars to watch The Walking Dead and Girls instead, and believe you me Spreadeagle author Kevin Killian gets that. Still it’s fun to see what stars show up looking high (Renee, the Kristens anyone?). Here’s the saucy highlight reel 2013 Academy Awards wrap-up to save you from your DVR.
Bradford Nordeen strips down the appeal of Step Up: Revolution according to the evolution of modern cinema and lays bare the most basic bones of the attraction of spectacle.
Thomas Moore shares his Best of 2012 list now that the world hasn’t ended and more things happened than Xiu Xiu’s Always.
Thirty years on there’s yet another cut of Sergio Leone’s epic of assimilation in the early 20th century, Once Upon A Time In America where murder, rape, booze and opium make the palette of a focus of nature, red in tooth and claw. Mark Asch reviews on the occasion of a Film Forum screening.
Bradford Nordeen brings together high- and low-brow offerings for the Laterna Magica set: new work by avant garde filmmaker Michael Robinson & and 2012′s TV indulgence Revenge. Get stuck in.