Kevin Gustafson earned his B.A in Film and Digital Media from the University of California Santa Cruz. Not surrendering his t-shirt and jeans just yet, he looks forward to hunting down bad movies and music and accidentally cutting down a few wrongly accused.
Sweden’s Liechtenstein releases a raw, but melodic indie pop album.
This romantic drama's biggest shocker: nudity, indie rock and a NYC setting can’t cover up it's weak plot.
Watching the film is like getting the carrot and stick treatment. Except sometimes you get beaten with the carrot too.
“The Ram’s” story cuts as deep as those of actual beaten-down athletes because it feels almost too real.
Mike Leigh’s new film navigates different waters than other award-nominated movies. Magnetic actress Sally Hawkins isn’t crying, she’s laughing.
Dead Like Me fans praying for the TV show’s resurrection get a new movie, but may start yelling Serenity now!
Even if you don’t love Judd Apatow’s comedies, he’s still the man for DVD special features. Inhale deeply and enjoy.
The Coen Brothers comedy about espionage and physical fitness can’t pump enough humor to compensate for tiny DVD extras.
Van Damme flexes acting muscles in this aching drama about his life and career which should be titled “Van Dammed.”
McLovin, Stifler, and macrame chain mail don't equal an Oscar-winning formula, but Role Models is funny as hell.