Hollywood studios love to treat autism as a condition rife with not only difficulties but magical abilities, usually of the mathematical sort. Filmmakers rarely have real experience with autism, and it’s easier for people ascribe
Most people’s high school experiences don’t involve magical makeovers into popular kids or Diablo Cody-scripted witty banter. Chances are your high school experience was more awkward and clumsy: zits and mumbled pouting instead of CW-ready
In lieu of a credit sequence, Killing Ground presents its titles over images of eerie natural serenity: camps set up but seemingly uninhabited, pathways clear but silent, woods inviting if not for a disturbing lack
Only three episodes in, and already the vultures are circling Ozark. After two episodes of high stakes and quick thinking, Ozark slows down and scales back, focusing on the forces in the background hoping the
New York. New York never changes. At least, that’s my understanding based on the city's long cinematic history. Dustin Guy Defa’s Person to Person is the latest contribution to that unchanging New York film canon,
Movers & shakers abound in Hollywood this Tuesday.
Amy Schumer (Trainwreck) moved over for Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables) to take the lead on plastic fantastic Barbie movie over scheduling conflicts. Expect a pink explosion from June
Comic-Con 2017 Round-up
Clowns, cowboys and . . . chow mein?
Stephen King’s It
Terrifying new clip shows evil villain Pennywise waving a dismembered child’s arm as he advances on his next victim.
Comic-Con dining with Xfinity
This pop-up diner became
Jennifer Brea’s award-winning documentary Unrest will be the first release by the Sundance Institute’s Creative Distribution Fellowship, scheduled to reach theaters in the United States this September.
The initiative setup by the Sundance Institute aims to