What sort of film blends Afro-futurism, Batman, virtual reality, aliens, Stalin, and Jesus?
The song comes from the upcoming Christian hair metal movie “Electric Jesus.”
My inner ten-year-old is beside himself with joy.
This understated indie sci-fi film breathes new life into a familiar storyline thanks to assured direction and solid performances.
This Shane Carruth-produced fantasy film looks impressive.
Critics are singing the praises of Andrew Patterson’s directorial debut.
The four-hour-long film will feature “insights and anecdotes from an extensive collection of experts and iconic talent.”
It looks like the goriest Mighty Morphin Power Rangers episode ever, and I’m totally here for it.
The films seems to be going for an aesthetic that walks the line between gritty realism and fairy tale-ish otherworldliness.
Yes, “The French Dispatch” looks like more of the same from Wes Anderson. But really, what else would you want?
A fascinating bit of cultural archaeology.
Though plagued by some tonal shifts, the movie’s visual splendor and outright weirdness can’t be denied.
Using neural networks, a YouTuber breathes new life into a classic bit of film history.
To be a nerd is to be passionate, for better or worse. And these days, the worse seems to be winning.
The manga that inspired one of my favorite Studio Ghibli movies is getting a sequel.
Ichikawa Raizō stars as a cynical samurai in this film series that straddles the line between arthouse and exploitation filmmaking.
Featuring Wonder Woman, Wyld Stallyns, Maverick, the Big G, Arrakis, and many more.
I’m ready to be done with the Skywalkers and their saga.
In which I realize that I probably owe The Phantom Menace a bit of an apology.