Lost somewhere in the rolling hills of Tennessee, David R Perry can occasionally be found doing dark, unspeakable things to words. Printed words, spoken words, electronically mangled words... really any kind but twittered words.
Once you settle into this fairly left-of-center universe, things can quickly become almost endearingly hilarious.
An ably made indie science fiction film that is ultimately undone by lack of story direction.
Super 8 combines an engaging action movie with a reference-quality high definition release.
Wes Anderson's most immediate work gets an excellent Blu-ray upgrade.
Fans of soul, jazz, funk, hip-hop, big band and downtempo would do well to give Dorn's latest a listen.
Malick's unique cinematic gifts are at their height with The Tree of Life.
The Four Feathers deftly balances a large-scale "Hollywood" film with a story that actually works on more than one level.
The creator and writer of The Booth At The End chats with Blogcritics about the show.
This is the set fans have been waiting for, and apart from a few minor quibbles, it does not disappoint.
Although mis-sold as "horror", The Matrimony is for those with an eye for Chinese cinama or more subdued supernatural fare.