Articles by: Christian Long

‘The Walking Dead’ Brings All Out War, While Reminding Us How Inept Its Characters Are

Hopefully The Walking Dead can get to a point where they have a point soon.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd: Gary Rossington and Johnny Van Zant Talk ‘If I Leave Here Tomorrow’ (INTERVIEW)

Lynyrd Skynyrd members Gary Rossington and Johnny van Zant, along with director Stephen Kijack, sit down to discuss their new documentary, If I Leave Here Tomorrow.

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Ghost Stories’ Takes A Fun Approach To Typical Jump Scare Fodder

A seemingly by the numbers horror anthology, Ghost Stories packs some clever surprises among its chills and thrills.

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SXSW Film Review: The Musician Biopic Shifts Gears For Ethan Hawke’s ‘Blaze’

Blaze Foley makes for an unlikely but fascinating subject in this Ethan Hawke directed biopic.

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Why ‘Silicon Valley’ Will Succeed Without Erlich Bachman

TJ Miller's departure might just be the best thing that could have happened to HBO's hit comedy series.

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‘Heart Beats Loud’ Snags A Summer Release Date

After a sold out screening at SXSW this year, the third feature film from director Brett Haley, Heart Beats Loud, will be coming to theaters this summer. Global independent studio Gunpowder & Sky will be ...

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SXSW FILM REVIEW: ‘Isle Of Dogs’ Is Everything You Can Expect From Wes Anderson, For Better And For Worse

Wes Anderson fans will be pleased with Isle of Dogs. But what about everyone else?

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SXSW: It Turns Out, There Is A Wes Anderson Movie That Bill Murray Would Turn Down

To close out the 25th year of SXSW Film, Wes Anderson’s newest animated feature, Isle of Dogs, screened to an enthusiastic theater full of fans. Afterwards, Robert Rodriguez moderated a Q&A session with Anderson, along ...

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SXSW FILM REVIEW: ‘American Animals’ Is A Unique Deconstruction Of The Heist Movie Archetype

The heist movie has been fundamental to American cinema as long as there’s been American cinema. Only the Western, which heist movies share much of its DNA with, is arguably more fundamental to the past ...

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SXSW FILM REVIEW: ‘Paradox’ Delights In Its Own Purposeful Incoherence

You know how sometimes you accidentally leave the video camera recording on your phone when you’re not actually trying to record video? That’s basically Paradox in a nutshell, a mishmash steampunk western from director Daryl ...

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