Ascher discusses what he learned most from The Shining fans profiled in Room 237 and his own love of Kubrick.
Sachs, a longtime resident of the Big Apple, dreams of creating a queer-arts renaissance in his adopted city.
The film half-heartedly plods along in its final half to an irrelevant conclusion.
Michôd sat down with Slant to discuss the infamy encapsulating the Melbourne crime circuit and premiering his first feature film at Sundance.
It tonally aims for, and somewhat achieves, a lurid mix between a juicy morality tale and Boogie Nights’s fetish for nostalgia.
Elizabeth Allen’s Ramona and Beezus strives to reach all audiences at once.
The film suggests a condensed version of Michael Apted’s Up series.