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Book Review: Steven Spielberg: A Retrospective by Richard Schickel

A coffee table book with clear-headed critiques and lots of pictures from every Spielberg film. Read More »

Book Review: The Secret History of Star Wars by Michael Kaminski

This non-fiction book chronicles the creative process behind the six movie saga. Read More »

Book Review: FilmCraft: Directing by Mike Goodridge

Insightful and entertaining, FilmCraft: Directing might be “the most entertaining college book you’ve never read.” Read More »

Movie Review: Inception Does For Dreams What Jaws Did For Oceans

Inception is like M.C. Escher had a baby with Philip K. Dick, and this baby was raised by Danny Ocean. Read More »

Movie Review: Carriers – Like A Zombie Movie, But With Sick People

Horror and terror abound as four young adults try to survive the aftermath of a global pandemic. Read More »

Interview with Aaron Barlow, Author of Quentin Tarantino: Life at the Extremes

"There's a lot of things that go on in our lives that aren't very pretty. We need to find ways of dealing with that. Often the movies we like, the movies we see help us do it." Read More »

Bloggers Accused in the “Death” of Film Criticism

Bloggers do not write condescending reviews for people looking down from the Ivory Tower, but rather for those of us who are looking up at a screen in a movie theatre. Read More »

Book Review: Farber on Film: The Complete Film Writings of Manny Farber by Manny Farber and Robert Polito (Editor)

The complete critical writings of film critic Manny Farber collected in one volume. Read More »