Emily is a film addict, TV aficionado, and book lover. She's currently in training to become a crazy cat lady.
Love After Love premiered to outstanding reviews at Tribeca last year, with the expected enthusiastic praise of MacDowell and kind words for first-time feature director Russell Harbaugh.
Female friendship takes a dark turn in Thoroughbreds, a genre bender that was a hit at last year's Sundance Film Festival but is just now
In Tully, The Young Adult gang is back together, but there's no room for Charlize Theron to have delusions of youth with three kids running around.
Have critics been too easy on Phantom Thread? Emily Wheeler examines how the tenets of auteur theory may be causing some viewers to overlook
Horror never goes out of style, and neither does Toni Collette, which makes their pairing in Hereditary so tantalizing.
Disobedience is based on the book of the same name and follows Ronit, a woman returning to her Orthodox Jewish community after the death of
Netflix is bringing more science fiction into our homes with Mute, the latest from writer/director Duncan Jones.
The Golden Bear winning, Oscar nominated On Body and Soul is one of the most bizarre love stories in recent memory. It's a treat
Unsane sees Soderbergh return to questions of the mind with the tale of a young woman being wrongly placed in a mental institution.
True crime and longstanding sociopolitical issues are explored in Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, a documentary that mines director Travis Wilkerson's own family history.