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Interview With Lauren Wolkstein, Co-Director Of THE STRANGE ONES

We were able to talk with Lauren Wolkstein, co-director of

The Insistent Heteronormativity Of THE SHAPE OF WATER

The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s tenth feature-length film


Actors often become typecast in certain roles, but here are some performances where they took a chance to do something remarkable instead.

Musanna Ahmed spoke with Ramsey Denison, director of documentary WHAT HAPPENED IN VEGAS, about police corruption and filmmaking.

Nightcrawler's Louis Bloom is worthy of our criticism, but it is also easy to overlook how flawed his colleagues (and viewers) truly are.

In the latest of our Take Two series, we reexamine Batman & Robin, the sequel we watched so you don't have to.

Blade Runner 2049 may be acclaimed by critics and cinephiles alike, but why did the general audience fail to love it as much?

Settings are often so integral to a film that they can become as important as characters themselves; here are five prominent examples.

Animated films often don't work when translated to live-action; here, we discuss just why that may be, and why it should be avoided.

Basic Instinct is a famous noir thriller by Paul Verhoeven from 1992; here is why it is still both celebrated and reviled today.