The emotion is real and the stakes are high in "Super 8", the third film by writer/director J.J. Abrams. By Rachel Warman.
Category Archives: Mystery
Emotion takes precedence over explosions in this brainy thriller by first-time director George Nolfi. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Zack Snyder's adaptation of Alan Moore's revolutionary graphic novel is faithful, full of depth, and visually stunning. Just make sure you read the source material first. By Joseph Chirico.
Freddie Francis elegantly weaves the mysterious with the macabre. By Michael L
Some great cinematography and admirable acting don't save "Gerry" from becoming a meandering, monotonous mess. By William Davenport.
Twisty, turny film by Martin Scorsese has pieces of horror and detective genres within it - but its heart is in the power of mythology. By Michael L
Darren Aronofsky's "Swan" is as agonizing as it is beautiful. By Michael L
Missed opportunities by the talented Christopher Nolan leave "Inception" turning and turning with nowhere to go. By Michael Bolosan.
Masculinity and Femininity converge with Sex and Death in Scorcese's crime drama. By Michael L
Abide the Dude for a trippy film-noir journey in 90's America. By Ben Artley and Zach Snowden.
"Fargo" was the first Coen brothers film William Davenport saw. And it worked out well.
In search of the common man, "Barton Fink" finds irony and tragedy in a screenwriter stuck in a figurative Hell (and John Goodman's the Devil). By Michael Bolosan.