Dario Argento unleashed something masterfully simple and profoundly horrifying in his 1977 film Suspiria. The violence depicted and put on display in Suspiria is so graphic and wild, rather than just being cheap and bad taste, it twists into near fantasy; it
Through a careful exploration of empathy and care, The Last Black Man in San Francisco manages to capture the San Francisco experience nearly perfectly.
These choices below are a mix of predictions, personal choices and favorites, and just wild guesses.
The 21st Sf IndieFest kicked off this past week at The Roxie and Victoria theaters in San Francisco and I have the inside scoops on the Big, the bold, and wild films
As we countdown to the release of the final season of Game of Thrones, we revisit its first season.
Mrs. Doubtfire is arguably one of Robin Williams’s most memorable and powerful roles on screen. As a movie, Mrs. Doubtfire stands as one of the warmest and most comforting of films to have
This week in my pair of Robin Williams films, we find a foreign and new kindness entering the cold steely world where happiness and care are not welcomed or found often. Good
Two roles in which Williams facilitates change in others... and finds himself along the way.
Opening yourself up, allowing yourself to be loved and therefore loving others are the driving themes in the second week of my Robin Williams Retrospective. In two films with similar roles, similar
Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to the surprise hit Wreck-It Ralph, follows a flurry of cinema that has begun to try to approach talking about the Internet ‘problem’.
Lars von Trier returns with a characteristically morbid film.