Randall Colburn gets existential after revisiting Joss Whedon’s cult meta-horror film.
Articles by Randall Colburn
A gripping, thematically complex documentary that posits JT LeRoy as more than a literary curiosity.
James Wan’s blockbuster horror film haunted Randall Colburn in a unique way.
Brainy and pulpy sci-fi deftly balances complex themes, emotional depth, and high action.
Lazy, irresponsible, unfunny, and, somehow, not a satire.
Our film staff sets out to find one worthy remake from each year of the last three decades.
A thrilling, tense, and weirdly funny heist film anchored by a tight, no-nonsense script.
A powerful but excessive post-apocalyptic story of sisterhood.
Like standing next to an idiot with an air horn, never knowing when it’s about to blow.
Jennifer Kent’s psychological horror leaves Randall Colburn in the cold on parenting.
Mike Birbiglia offers a hilarious yet melancholy exploration of a splintering improv troupe.
The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.