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.
Season Four is the year Parks and Recreation proved it belonged with the all-time great TV comedies.
Buster Keaton goes toe-to-toe with a massive ship and comes out on top, sort of.
A superb look at the vital filmmaking of the Dardenne Brothers.
A virtuosic display of visual storytelling, Lonesome might be the finest silent film you've never heard of.
It's probably not what you're expecting, but it's an excellent film nonetheless.
A top tier noir that's way more obscure than it ought to be.
Wes Anderson's superb 2001 film gets a fittingly excellent Blu-ray upgrade.
Five new-to-Blu-ray titles and two previously released ones in this look back at Marilyn Monroe's career.
Two one-act plays from opposite ends of Harold Pinter's career are given impressive stagings.
The 5th Avenue Theatre closes out its season with a triumphant production of Jonathan Larson's rock opera.