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Articles by Randall Colburn
The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.
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.
A powerful post-apocalyptic story of sisterhood lacking in a lighter touch.
A well-acted, gorgeously shot exercise in psychological cruelty yet tonally inconsistent.
A peek inside the political process by a man who tanked his career with dick pics.
A broad, formulaic sequel that only reminds you how good the original was.
A look ahead to our most (and least) anticipated onscreen offerings this summer.