Netflix’s acclaimed horror-nostalgia series returns for a third season of high-stakes blockbuster television.
With his ninth film coming out this month, we look back on the indie titan and his deeply metatextual approach to cinema.
The Wachowskis took their high-concept empathy to TV with a gloriously ambitious Netflix show that was gone far too soon.
It doesn’t reach the swinging heights of Homecoming, but Jon Watts’ follow-up gets Marvel’s Phase Four off to a charming enough start.
Ari Aster’s followup to Hereditary is a sun-dappled nightmare that finds liberation amongst the flames.
Richard Curtis envisions a world without The Beatles, then promptly ignores it in favor of yet another treacly love story.
We speak to the star and director of the new indie comedy Being Frank about the difficulties in generating empathy within adultery.
I sit down with two subjects from the upcoming AIDS documentary 5B to talk about Pride and the plague years.
Pixar’s fourth trip into the toybox opens up fascinating existential questions while maintaining its delightful core of childlike whimsy.
The pioneering superhero franchise gets its last hurrah in the form of a messy, somber swan song.
For June, we celebrate Pride Month by diving into the filmography of cinema’s most prominent transgender filmmakers.
Welcome back to More of a Comment, Really…, a weekly interview podcast hosted by Clint Worthington! Every episode will feature interviews with actors, […]
On this week’s podcast, we speak with composer Kurt Farquhar, “the musical voice of the BET,” about his work on American Soul and Black Lightning.
Olivia Wilde’s debut is a gut-busting comedy that celebrates the power of female friendships.
James Gunn produces a lean, mean, messy genre exercise that supposes Superman was more Damien than Clark Kent.
Divisive though it (and the final season) may have been, Game of Thrones’ final episode course-corrects in some satisfying ways.
We speak to the director and writer/star of Chicago Critics Film Festival’s opening night film about the disturbing timeliness of their Chicago-set drama.
Ed Zwick’s death-row drama is a familiar, but effective throwback to old-fashioned issue dramas.NOW STREAMING: Powered by JustWatch […]