What happens if you take the zombie out of a zombie movie, or add zombies to a micro-indie flick?
An unholy marriage of Rosemary’s Baby and Death Wish dropped into the bleakest of Mike Leigh’s urban landscapes.
The boys are back in Edinburgh town in Danny Boyle’s oddly titled, long-awaited, and long-belated sequel to his iconic 1996 film.
Viewers unfamiliar with Daniel Clowes’s oeuvre are going to think this is some silly indie about a cranky old white guy.
A jazz musician, a milieu, and a tragic death come back to life.
Twelve countries’ worth of grilled meat is a lot to digest.
“You can’t go home again” isn’t true for a group of former burlesque dancers from the 1960s and ’70s returning to the stage.
Director Hirokazu Kore-eda has empathy for his characters, including the blackest of his black sheep.
One lie, another lie, and more lies, and then World War I may be finally over.