Taika Waititi is a sly, funny, gifted filmmaker. But, is he right for Marvel?
Strange Way of Life could fulfill all the clichés of the genre, with gunslingers, ranches, and a sheriff, but with a completely different angle.
Melodramas may look and sound different than their gory counterparts but are often more frightening.
Halloween Ends and the druid-focused Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers bear more similarities than immediately expected.
Compiling a list of the “greatest” use of songs in film history feels like an impossible task, but Film Inquiry does it!
Chungking Express: the film that will remain young and beautiful until the end of time.
Malignant embraces the true cult sensibility that M3gan only gestures to, serving up a wildly entertaining and singular cinematic experience.
Small as it may be, Arab viewers do play a part in Netflix’s algorithms and in generating insights for content. But who exactly are these Arab viewers?
Andrzej Żuławski’s Possession is finally getting the attention and accessibility it has long deserved.
The Sixth Sense is a masterclass in storytelling and suspense; it’s an exemplary work from M. Knight Shyamalan and the best film of his career.
Overall it may fall short, but In the Realm of the Senses is a beautiful-looking film with a calming yet haunting score that touches on some urgent themes.
The Film Inquiry team list their top ten films of 2022!
A Few Good Men remains one of the most beloved courtroom dramas of all time, and Rob Reiner’s heady legal classic is now 30 years old.
These beauty standards have permeated in other industries and cultures but, the Filipinos’ preference and fascination for these have colonial roots.
It’s been 15 years and Cloverfield is still coming up Clovers. If you like horror or monsters or just watching things go boom, this one is for you.