The co-director of the weird and wonderful stop motion modern classic ParaNorman reflects on the film’s legacy a decade later.
Twenty-five years ago Barry Sonnenfeld’s workplace action-comedy broke the rules and launched an iconic franchise.
On the brilliant synaesthesia of Adam Smith and The Chemical Brothers’ concert film.
Looking back on the 20th anniversary of Michael Winterbottom’s unconventionally honest Factory biopic.
The Daily Show-featured comedian on his debut directorial feature, busting ingrained White Supremacy myths, and the global parallels in a film about Confederate statues.
Moviegoers are singing “Spidey Bells,” being Scrooges to all other releases, and Other Box Office News.
The Oscar-nominated documentarian and his latest documentary’s beating heart on the trauma of early COVID, the difficulties of filming in the middle of pandemic ground zero, and the humanity which sees us through.
Unsurprisingly, Black Widow is another very good Marvel movie, albeit a frustratingly compromised one.
An almost-unwatchable disaster turns 20.
On the disastrously botched treatment of cinemas, and the floor staff paying for top-level callous incompetence, during the ongoing pandemic.