'Call Me by Your Name' is a tender and sweet depiction of a budding romance.

Buffyversed #40: Interview with a Vampire… Slayer Watcher

It's been 20 episodes since we last checked in with Cristina, my fiancèe and Buffy the Vampire Slayer virgin. With that in mind it seemed like as good a time as any to check back in with her about her experience with the show.

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 15 – Narrative Thrust

The end of 2017 is nigh, which means 'tis the season for cramming in all the television nobody had time to watch during the...

50 Years Later: Where Is Today’s ‘Cool Hand Luke’?

Cool Hand Luke is a rebellious look at the struggle we all face from every aspect of restriction within the world we inhabit.

Taylor Sheridan Finds the Wolves Roaming in America

The writer-director sees some version of the west alive and well in the overlooked cracks of America.

Twenty Years Ago, Hollywood Got Weird with ‘Alien: Resurrection’

In the execution and vision is where 'Alien: Resurrection' becomes a singular genre experience.
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10 Things ‘Justice League’ Gets Right

Justice League is not nearly as bad as some people made it out to be. Here are ten things the movie got right:

‘The Punisher’ is a Rare, Twisted but Intelligent Gem

The Punisher is a terrible fit for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its Netflix branch. As a result, it’s, to date, the best show put out under that banner.

‘Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story’ Presents Us With the Actress and Inventor’s Unreal Life

Overall, 'Bombshell' is a conventional doc with a misguided thesis, saved by Lamarr’s exceptional life.
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AFI Fest 2017: Michael Haneke’s Shtick Wears Thin in ‘Happy End’

'Happy End' is a film that wants to be a Michael Haneke greatest hits album, but instead is merely a compilation of B-sides.

Reel Asian International Film Festival 2017: ‘Dear Etranger,’ ‘Brotherhood of Blades II,’ and ‘Blade...

Victor Stiff looks at three entries from the 2017 Reel Asian International Film Festival.

Buffyversed #37: “Dead Man’s Party” Proves You Can’t Go Home Again

Though Buffy's return to her friends and family might seem like a bit of a relief, she's got a lot of things to deal with, and answer for, as well.
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Tom Watches Movies: ‘In This Corner of the World’ Mixes Sweetness and Sorrow

'In This Corner of the World' mixes harrowing and deeply affecting war drama with slice-of-life sweetness to great effect.

Buffyversed #36: “Anne” is Not the Season Premiere We Were Looking For

Season premieres are generally not Buffy the Vampire Slayer's strong suit. If "When She Was Bad" wasn't evidence enough for you, then I submit for your approval exhibit B: "Anne."
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Reel Asian International Film Festival 2017 Preview

The 21st annual Reel Asian International Film Festival runs from November 9 to 18, in Toronto and North York.

10 Years Later: ‘No Country for Old Men’ is the Coens at Their Darkest...

'No Country for Old Men' is an experience that won’t easily be forgotten.
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With ‘The Woods’ Sugar Pine 7 Show Their Incredible Filmmaking Expertise

The Woods is highly recommended viewing for both fans of Sugar Pine 7, and for fans of horror content in general. They capture the essence of a slasher film, and mix it with the desperation found in isolation.