McQueen’s masterful film is the kind that works on multiple levels simultaneously—as pure pulp entertainment but also as a commentary on how often it feels…
Vikram Murthi is a freelance writer and critic currently based out of Chicago, IL. He currently writes about film and television for RogerEbert.com, The A.V. Club, and Vulture. He previously was a chief film critic at Movie Mezzanine and a news writer for IndieWire. You can follow him on Twitter @fauxbeatpoet.
A look back at the New Orleans Film Festival, with reviews of Buckjumping, Jaddoland, and The True Don Quixote.
An interview with actor Jeffrey Wright about his work in the new Jeremy Saulnier film, Hold the Dark.
An interview with co-director Alan Hicks and music legend Quincy Jones about their new movie, "Quincy."
Reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival of Jonah Hill's directorial debut and the latest from Alex Ross Perry.
Reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival on Louis Garrel's sophomore feature and Olivier Assayas' latest.
Reviews from the Toronto International Film Festival on the latest by Tim Sutton and Paul Greengrass.
On two films from TIFF, including the Opening Night offering starring Chris Pine.
A preview of the 2018 BAMcinemaFest.
A look back at "The Americans," on the occasion of its series finale last week.
Another dispatch from the documentary fest, True/False.