The Film Daze team picks films they'd like to see in the Criterion Collection.
Scream 3 feels more topical and entertaining than it was during its original release.
From Colman to Chalamet, this royal procession of 2019's screen Kings and Queens celebrates a bountiful year for regal representation.
'The Princess Bride' and 'Donkey Skin' allow us to revel with abandon in our most dreamy and sweet of imaginations, to commit to magic, glitter and wonder in an intellectually and emotionally
Employing the turbulent Japanese elements, characterized by storms and earthquakes, Makoto Shinkai perfectly invokes the crashing, all-consuming feeling of infatuation.
Nightcrawler addresses the most modern form of political propaganda: television news.
Mind The Gap is Mill Valley’s gender initiative that aims to amplify work by female filmmakers. By 2020, the Bay Area film festival hopes to have 50 percent of their films directed
In an age where we expect more from what we watch, this Canadian period drama expands its scope to deliver the touching tales of many more minorities.
In 'The Lighthouse' and 'Harpoon,' maritime lore is an allegory for masculinity and the performance of power.
A chat with the editor of 'Parasite', Jinmo Yang, about VFX stitchwork, the importance of on-set editing, and finding a good rhythm.
Where Joker projects skewed male interiority, A Clockwork Orange invites its audience to dissect a flawed protagonist.