Category: Movie talk

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The third instalment in The Conjuring franchise (which has already spawned spin-offs The Nun and the Annabelle series, with another one based around The Crooked Man in the works) is the first not to be

Ravin Gandhi on Directing “100 Days to Live”

Ravin Gandhi is a well-established entrepreneur and businessman in Chicago who loved movies so much that he decided to try his hand at writing and directing one. His film “100 Days to Live” debuted to “satisfyingly positive reviews,” he


Time cracks and splinters in the first trailer for Last Night in Soho

After more than a year of waiting beyond the film’s initial release date, Edgar Wright loyalists will be relieved to see a proper trailer for his latest film Last Night in Soho at long last.

The Ending of Sofia Coppola’s ‘Marie Antoinette’ Explained

Ending Explained is a recurring series in which we explore the finales, secrets, and themes of interesting movies and shows, both new and old. This time, we parse through the historical and aesthetic implications of

How the Special Effect of “Go Motion” Works

Welcome to How’d They Do That? — a monthly column that unpacks moments of movie magic and celebrates the technical wizards who pulled them off. This entry explains how go-motion, the special effect pioneered by

Head Into the Darkness of Resident Evil Village

Video game coverage at began with an examination of how the Capcom games and the Screen Gems films in the “Resident Evil” series have influenced one another, and other franchises. Now it’s time to

Dream Horse

In my hometown of Dallas, Texas, there is a converted, three-screen Art Deco theater, the Inwood, that I visited so often growing up that people assumed I worked there in violation of child labor laws (in college,

In the Heights

The new Hollywood musical In the Heights — a classification promising scale, glitz, and exuberance, all delivered upon with fabulous generosity by director Jon M. Chu — is a film of constant, unyielding motion. Swooping

David Squires on… Cinemas reopening in the UK

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Showtime’s Hilarious Flatbush Midemeanors Feels Totally Fresh

Sometimes when life gives you lemons, you only have lemons. That bittersweet feeling pervades every minute of creators Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman’s ten-episode Showtime series “Flatbush Misdemeanors.” Adapted from Iso and Perlman’s digital series,