The plot weirdens.
Mizna is a leading Twin Cities Arab arts organization, and starting next week, they’re annual Arab Film Festival returns, in coordination with the Film Society of MSP. The festival is a great opportunity to see cinema from the Arab world, and explore the Arab American experience through the artistic vision of local, national and international […]
Status update: anxiety with a side of desperation
The first trailer for the Jennifer Lawrence’s sexy spy thriller Red Sparrow is here. Think: Black Widow’s origin story but with a bit of Le Femme Nikita for good measure. Red Sparrow is directed by Francis Lawrence, director of several Hunger Games movies, as well as a string of quite good, quite underrated films (Constantine, I Am Legend […]
Abrams’ return is promising and concerning.
This movie is (at least) 10 years too late for our culture.
Filmmakers and film lovers, take note.
In Stephen King’s work, the hiearchy of cruelty is as follows: 1: Bullies, 2: Parents, 3: Creatures of horror. Sometimes the top two will switch, depending on the character (Beverly’s father) or the story (The Body), but the third one never reaches the top. For King, it is always people who embody badness. Not necessary […]
The 7 best adaptations of King, revisited