Realive : The science fiction film genre can introduce audiences to worlds beyond their comprehension—transporting them to recesses of existence only imaginable through impossible dreams. However remarkable these visions might be, a remaining sliver ... READ MORE
It : Originally spawned from the bizarrely terrifying mind of horror author Stephen King, the story of It has captured the frightful imaginations of readers and clown-fearing children everywhere. While a 1990 mini-series adaptation of the novel starr... READ MORE
Union Furnace : Small-town secrets are the stuff of suburban nightmares, and the ones in Union Furnace are no exception. The indie horror, directed by Nicholas Bushman, focuses on a con man from a rural Ohio township who gets offered the chance to re... READ MORE
Watership Down has already joined the ranks as one of cinema’s most admirable animations. The British adaptation of Richard Adams’ novel of the same name follows a group of rabbits as they try to venture out into the countryside after one of them ha... READ MORE
Novice composer Justin Hurwitz may have only a few scoring credits to his name, but he has already garnered worldwide acclaim for his work in the musical romance La La Land and dominated the award show circuit, including being nominated for three Aca... READ MORE
The Eagle Huntress is a dazzling directorial debut from Otto Bell that captures the underdog story of a 13-year-old Mongolian girl named Aisholpan who strives to become the first female eagle hunter. Her quest does not come without difficulty, howev... READ MORE
Anecdotist by nature, film critic by choice. My favorite directors are Christopher Nolan, Wes Anderson, Makoto Shinkai, and pre-2010 Tim Burton (but I’m partial to most movies with clever velociraptors and weird-looking cats).