A powerful but excessive post-apocalyptic story of sisterhood.
Articles by Randall Colburn
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.
A blunt, pulpy action-horror film that deftly and hilariously exploits our political climate.
A tribute to the band who made growing up optional.
The composer’s latest for Nicolas Winding Refn proves they’re artistic soulmates.
Randall Colburn kicks off his monthly horror column with last year’s greatest scare.
A funny, low-stakes, and well-plotted summer action comedy with a stacked cast.
Specifically, any follow-up after 1976’s The Omen that hit American theaters.
Osgood Perkins’ unsettling film saves its disorienting story with a pervasive sense of unease.