Matt writes: With the 2021 Cannes Film Festival set to run from July 6th through the 17th, our contributor Lisa Nesselson penned an in-depth preview of this year's offerings, led by the wildly audacious Leos Carax's highly anticipated musical, "Annette," starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard.
A look at the changes in the horror world in 2020, most notably how the pandemic and rise of streaming services allowed a greater audience for international horror.
A review of the new HBO series, premiering Sunday, August 16. It's wicked good.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD, including Skyscraper, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Sorry to Bother You, and more.
The latest on Blu-ray and DVD includes Personal Shopper, War for the Planet of the Apes, Spider-man: Homecoming, and Annabelle: Creation.
A piece on the lasting power of John Carpenter's The Thing, paid tribute with a fantastic new board game from Mondo and an upcoming Blu-ray from Arrow.
A history of the "Resident Evil" films and video games, how they've influenced each other, and how the two latest entries split.
A report from Venice on the festival's Venice Classics program, including restored films by Robert Bresson, John Ford, Andrei Tarkovsky, George Romero and Woody Allen.
Sheila writes: As the daughter of a librarian, I grew up surrounded by books. It was a treat to go visit my father at the university library where he worked, since he had such a passion for books (a passion he passed on to his children). For some reason or another, I've seen a couple of photos over the past week of the Book Mobiles of yore on various vintage photo sites, and while they all pre-date me by a good decade or so, there is something beautiful about the idea of a traveling library bringing books to people who want them. I've had Book Mobiles on the brain. So I was pleasantly surprised to come across an entire post devoted to photos of them. Heaven! Included are photos of the now-defunct Book Mobiles, rusting away in people's yards, lovely and bittersweet reminders of a bygone era.