How the iconic series eerily parallels the crimes of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka.
Articles by Sarah Kurchak
Mike Myers’ swingin’ secret agent send-up changed spy movies forever, baby…
The best quippy, feature-length trifle of a shootout you’ll ever see.
Walter Hill’s gender reassignment thriller is as uninteresting as it is tasteless.
Amma Asante’s period epic uses the trappings of the genre to comment on its legacy.
To paraphrase Stephen King, sometimes they come back … and often they suck.
Whiplash director Damien Chazelle’s highly anticipated musical dances off its dust.
Tom Ford’s long-awaited second feature is undeniably stylish, yet insubstantially hollow.
Denis Villeneuve returns with a stellar sci-fi drama that elevates his talent to another level.
Jeff Nichols eschews the tired tropes of the historical drama, with admirable results.
Christopher Guest’s latest isn’t his best work, but it’s a welcome return nonetheless.
Werner Herzog’s gorgeous eco-thriller may or may not be teasing his fans.