From The Editors

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: HONOR AMONG THIEVES Review: D&D on the Big Screen Done Right

Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page and Hugh Grant star in an action adventure directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, opening in movie theaters worldwide.

Sound And Vision: Rosto A.D.

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Anouk's The Dark and Thee Wreckers' No Place Like Home, both by Rosto A.D. Rosto A.D. is a...

THE LOST KING Review: Sally Hawkins Shines in Unfocused Romantic Fantasy

Stephen Frears directed the film, now in theaters.

Kaboom Animation 2023: UNICORN WARS Is Awesomely Bonkers

Today sees the start of the 2023 edition of the Utrecht-and-Amsterdam-based Kaboom Animation Festival, which focuses on animation worldwide. All audiences are catered for: the festival's programme has a kids section, a great selection of queer movies, many amazing shorts,...

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 4 Review: It's Big. Really Big. For JOHN WICK Fans That's Great.

In his ongoing quest to defeat The High Table, John Wick discovers a way to earn his freedom once and for all. In order to do so he must defeat his most formidable foe yet, a ruthless, high ranking member...

RABBIT HOLE Review: Corporate Espionage, Safe By Comparison

Kiefer Sutherland, Meta Golding, and Charles Dance star in a clever thriller, created by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, debuting on Paramount+.

TIME BANDITS and Pasolini: Catching Up on Criterion in June 2023

Yes, I know I'm late, I'm late to a very important date, but yet, there is still plenty of time for all physical-media devotees to smash piggybanks, turn over mattresses, and otherwise plan June 2023 orders from The Criterion Collection,...

RENFIELD: Find Out What His Least Favorite Part of The Job is in New Trailer

Evil doesn’t span eternity without a little help.     In this modern monster tale of Dracula’s loyal servant, Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men franchise) stars as Renfield, the tortured aide to history’s most narcissistic boss, Dracula (Oscar® winner...

TORI AND LOKITA Review: The Dardennes' Strongest Film in Years

Pablo Schils, Joely Mbundu, and Alban Ukaj star in a brutal and emotionally bare film, directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne.

SXSW 2023 Review: BLOODY HELL, What Even Is a 'Normal' Body?

A woman's body is a battleground: not for her, necessarily (though it can be), but more for a society that wants to keep women narrowly confined and strictly controlled. From the moment that the patriarchy decides that it is convenient...

LEGEND Making Sunday Nights in April Much Cooler With 60s Vintage Horror

If you're like us Sunday night brings about the end of the weekend and the impending doom of another work week. Why not end your night on a high note?   LEGEND, the preferred channel for all things horror and...

WALK UP Review: Hong Sang-soo Expands His Multiverse

Kwon Haehyo, Park Miso and Lee Hyeyoung star in a monochromatic movie by Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo.

THE WELL: First Look at TERRIFIER 2's Lauren LaVera in Italian Supernatural Horror

Yeesh. You put something on the back burner then March 17th rolls around just before the weekend and suddenly three days are just gone - vanished - and you have realized you have dropped the ball on a bit of...

Shudder in April: Highlights Include KIDS VS ALIENS and FROM BLACK

We have been assured that Spring is definitely coming though you would be hard pressed to convince any Anarchists here in Eastern Canada otherwise. What the hell, March?    The big additions for the month are Jason Eisener's Kids vs...

Now Streaming: ERASERHEAD, Weirdness Personified

David Lynch's classic is available to stream on both HBO Max and The Criterion Channel.

Sound And Vision: John Cameron Mitchell

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Bright Eyes' First Day of My Life, directed by John Cameron Mitchell. John Cameron Mitchell is in the...

Pretty Packaging: The SHAWSCOPE VOLUME 2 Boxset Kicks Shins Again!

In my 2022 overview article I mentioned that Arrow had released two awesome Shaw Brothers Blu-ray boxsets. I also said that as I had given the first one a "Pretty Packaging" article, the second one would get one as well,...

SXSW 2023 Review: SATAN WANTS YOU, Examining The Birth Of The '80s Satanic Panic

We don’t often cover documentaries here, but once in a while a film will cross our paths that it makes sense to discuss. Directors’ Steve J. Adams & Sean Horlor’s new film definitely fits that bill. An exploration of the...

SXSW 2023 Review: TETRIS, Taron Egerton Anchors Fun Cold War Thriller About Legal Contracts

When we think of video game movies these days, the first mental images that surface are inevitably garish, computer generated characters, over the top, cartoonish performances; maybe the occasional survival horror adaptation. Rarely does one imagine a procedural thriller about...

Blu-ray Review: INLAND EMPIRE, Lynch's Abstract Masterpiece Comes to Criterion

I have to keep reminding myself that Inland Empire is, in fact, Lynch's most recent feature film. Since 2006, Lynch has directed music videos short films, and of course another season of his ground-breaking television series Twin Peaks. But no...