Dusty Somers hails from Seattle, and is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in journalism. He is a member of the Online Film Critics Society.
An astonishingly elegant, thrillingly free-form sci-fi love story.
Seattle Rep's perfectly executed farce is a kinetic marvel.
A blackly comic gem from Chaplin's late period.
An exhilarating and exhausting live show from the post-punk icons.
The buzziest of all the buzz bands comes to Seattle, and gets overshadowed by the opening act.
A seminal American independent classic comes to Blu-ray.
An almost wholly misguided musical adaptation of the Maysles Brothers' documentary masterpiece.
It’s been worth the wait for Terrence Malick's debut feature to be released on Blu-ray.
A lesser Keaton effort, but a strong release nonetheless.
A fascinating formal experiment and a moving depiction of (misguided, perhaps) duty.