How Francis Ford Coppola’s visually stunning romance set out to change studio filmmaking forever — and crashed and burned along the way.
HBO’s steampunk fantasy series has more kickass/traumatized women, X-Men superpowers, and inane banter than you can shake a Reaver at.
John Boorman’s extravagant take on the King Arthur legend holds up as a dazzling, over the top fantasy epic.
Francis Ford Coppola’s ambitious war epic Apocalypse Now depicts a bloody, dark night of the soul for the American mythos.
Charlène Favier‘s debut feature is every bit as fearless as its female protagonist trains to be.
The newest Falcone/McCarthy collaboration feels just like the others: disappointing.
The avant-garde composing duo discuss their collaboration and building the unsettling soundscape of the Shudder original The Power.
Coppola’s dual masterpieces remain the blueprints for epic tales of power & destiny.
Grear Patterson’s debut feature is moody, evocative, and graciously efficient, but doesn’t fill its world with characters you […]
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick spend six enlightening hours interrogating the author’s famous machismo, his works, and his legacy.
Raoul Peck’s latest project is a dizzying, informative, frequently overwhelming rejoinder to the history of white supremacy and imperialism.
The last Philip Seymour Hoffman to premiere before his passing, God’s Pocket is a needless farce from Mad Men’s John Slattery.
A young nurse is given a terrifying assignment in Corinna Faith’s bleak but all too timely supernatural horror.
Sandwiched between Godfathers I & II, the paranoid thriller features Francis Ford Coppola in his greatest collaboration.
We examine the game changing highs and ambitious lows of Coppola’s six decade career.
The fight adapted to COVID-19 restrictions by embracing the experimental and avant-garde.
The composer talks about the complexities of thriller scoring and the elusive, ’70s-tinged score for Netflix’s latest true crime docudrama.
Emma Seligman’s debut crawls up the spine with plenty of darkly comic anxiety.