Joel Schumacher's 'Batman Forever' and' Batman & Robin' are as worthy of a place in the superhero movie canon as any other film.
'Mad Max: Fury Road' is a narrative of environmental justice, one that avoids cliche, easy-fixes, and the fantasy of an overnight solution.
Alt-history is powerful when it doesn’t simply represent a macabre mirror to current circumstance, but rather, when it indulges in the rough and rotten underbelly of its own utopian vision.
When rich, attractive white women commit crimes on-screen, they revel in dark sensuality and emerge unscathed.
The Film Daze team takes a trip inside the Criterion Closet and detail our favorite picks.
Holiday specials are a mainstay in American TV, but one unlikely animated series stands head and diapers above the rest.
Have a good hair day despite the quarantine with “Hair Pieces,” a Criterion Channel Short + Feature pairing of two films about hair salons and hairy situations.
All of a sudden, Laura is a real girl, and the disturbing realities of her fate can no longer be shrouded by implication and surrealist imagery.
The much-maligned second season sees Lynch at his most Lynchian, marrying the supernatural and the banal to create something both wonderful and strange.
Three decades after its pilot premiered, the strange landscape of 'Twin Peaks' beckons our return.
This period drama is a welcome recognition of Britain's multiracial diversity, but ultimately highlights the limits of representation politics.