The scariest stories are, to me, about 1950s housewives. They don’t have to be intentionally scary; they don’t even have to be about the housewife.
Netflix is saving us again from our isolated, dreary existences with a peppy romantic comedy. You know the kind they churn out: teens, love triangles,
There’s a double-edged sword to the streamers that make them questionable distributors. On the plus side, they give a lot of new filmmakers a chance,
As a culture, we don’t really respect teenage girls. We don’t respect their interests, we don’t respect their bodies, we don’t respect their inner lives.
Some films aspire to lofty messages, trying to say something deep and profound about our place in the world in an attempt to make us
If ever a movie could be described as a warm hug, it’s David Lowery’s mind-bogglingly earnest Pete’s Dragon. One in a long line of Disney’s