Michael Gough, who achieved cult status for his roles in ’60s Hammer horror films, but became better known as Alfred in Tim Burton’s Batman films, died on Thursday at age 94.
Matt Zoller Seitz on how Survivor has redeemed itself.
Republicans hate National Public Radio.
Bill Hader likes Billy Wilder when he’s nasty.
Is “net neutrality” at risk?
Brian Moriarity comes to the defense of Roger Ebert.
Nathan Phelps on his evil father, Fred Phelps.
Bradley Cooper is too loyal to a lame Robert De Niro.
Who will replace Darren Aronofsky on The Wolverine?
Brooklyn man battered in hate crime.
Only the Cinema reviews Thom Andersen’s film essay Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer.
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