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.
Enlightened has stayed under the radar, but it's one of the best shows on TV.
The first major zombie film ever made, this one occasionally rises above the level of low-budget curiosity.
I know better, but I felt an unmistakable affection for this messy TV season nonetheless.
Another consistently hilarious season, featuring Karl Pilkington as the unlikeliest travel show host ever.
A perceptive, messy look at a messy family.
A group of Seattle actors rehearsed the Chekhov classic for nine months, and the result is extraordinary.
The ideas may be thin, but the experience is often rapturous.
This debut feature anticipates the best and worst of Christopher Nolan's future work.
A promising premise wasted on a lazy retread of Gervais and Merchant's earlier work.
A stunning, mesmerizing, frightening avant-garde journey into a cinematic world ravaged by destruction.