Advanced reviews of upcoming theatrical releases, retrospectives that show you the path to exploring the best of classic cinema, Top 10 lists, and much, much more: whether you're an obsessed cinephile like us or just looking for what to see at the theatre this weekend, our weekly published film journal has you covered. READ ISSUE #12 ›
Editor’s note: As one of the most anticipated releases of the year, “Boyhood” has drawn interest from many of our writers. As such, this article will collect a stream of content on the film – reviews, essays, selections from Q&A’s with Richard Linklater, and other general reactions. The content is ordered from favorable to unfavorable. Seen […]
As a disclaimer to this article, I would like to point out that I am a US-born American citizen of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent. Normally, exploiting ethnicity to establish an ethos is one of the worst things a writer can do, but I think in this case it’s something worth noting. Anyone who tells […]
Here’s what’s new to Netflix Instant for the week of July 14. Top Picks The Master (2012) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson Despite there being six years of releases yet to come, “The Master” has already all but guaranteed a spot in my top 10 of this decade. The title is incredibly apt, considering the […]
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Joshua Overbay, the director of “As It Is in Heaven,” a cult-themed drama about a group of believers who anxiously await the Rapture after the sudden death of their leader, who prophesied that the end of days would come in one month’s time. In our conversation, Joshua and I had a chance to talk about his own religious upbringing, the inspiration for the film, and why many Hollywood productions depict religious sects as radical, dangerous pockets of American culture.