There’s something equal parts twisted and romantic about the left-for-dead format of the drive-in theater uniting with theater-killing streaming technology to preserve the institution of the film festival.
Thomas Vinterberg’s latest, like The Hunt, is ultimately a parable about breaking a social contract.
The video, directed by Tarsem, finds the singer awakening in a desert surrounded by pomegranates and a broken bicycle.
Everything truly good in Marvel’s Avengers is compromised by its mercenary feature set.
You never lose sight of No Straight Roads’s thematic intent during its big show-stopping numbers.
The game lacks for Samurai Jack’s smooth, stylish animation and deceptively deep characterizations.
Windbound is an exploration game whose sense of exploration is painfully rigid.
Even when Fall Guys is working perfectly as intended, its appeal is limited.
To say that the game feels like a relic from a different age would be an understatement.
Much of the show’s drama pivots around how successful it will be at slowly pulling back the curtain.
K-Ming Chang’s debut novel is about the echoes of yesterday butting heads with the realities of today.