‘The Young Offenders’: Ireland’s Big-Hearted, Beautiful, Pain-Filled, Tragic, Working Class, Breakout Comedy
Dark and twisted, as only the Irish can do, The Young Offenders is a bold, hilarious take on working class problems.
Jim Jarmusch's visionary western gets a bold new release from Criterion.
Austin's premiere comedy festival brought some bigs name in for its first night.
With the home release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we look back on what made it such a great installment on the saga.
TJ Miller's departure might just be the best thing that could have happened to HBO's hit comedy series.
The myth that cinema is dying continues to get shut down, as these ten films prove.
The moments on the big and small screen that shaped this year's entertainment
Celebrating the Criterion Collection's re-release of Jean-Pierre Melville's classic noir on Blu-ray, we look back on what makes Le Samourai so enduringly cool.
There's no need to risk the crowds and the mayhem of Halloween when you can stay home and enjoy these terrifying visions.
Cinematographer Roger Deakins is one of the best, and one of the unluckiest, men working in Hollywood today,