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,
What is it about the found-footage genre that inspires such relentlessly stupid characters? Generic, unlikeable, and dumb ensembles are common to the point of mockery in the larger horror scene, but found-footage works take those
People often become obsessive conspiracy theorists as a result of trauma in their lives. Sometimes it’s connected to a mass event, as happened with 9/11 and the subsequent belief by one third of the US
Dance as an art form is defined by the experience of bodies – bodies in motion, bodies striking poses, bodies in pain – and its most important innovators force audiences silently to engage in conversation
Following in the footsteps of far better films like Drop Dead Gorgeous and Little Miss Sunshine, Will Raee’s Austin Found aspires to be a tragically dark comedy commenting on the American dream, but all it
Artist documentaries tend to fall into one of two categories. Some depict the life of their subject through biographical details; others let the artist’s story be told through their process itself. A subject like iconic
Situated somewhere between Billy on the Street and The Daily Show’s correspondent segments, Hood Adjacent with James Davis is an affable and gently subversive new Comedy Central show that could blossom into something vital, if
Superheroes have been losing their powers almost as long as they’ve been gaining them. There’s an irresistible pull to the fallen icon, magnified greatly when you’re dealing with godlike beings who fly and punch and
Flaked Season Two
Flaked is a very realistic portrayal of the life of a drunk: flabby, undeveloped, and endlessly dull.
If you want to get deep into stories of addiction, we loved Love’s second season.