Tommy seeks to alter history. Fate may have other plans.
While Ruby suffers from consumption, Tommy searches for answers in his Irish-Romani heritage, believing the Shelby family is cursed.
Alvart’s remake touches deeply on issues of class, nation, and morality.
Tommy plans to kill Mosley and tame the fascist beast the man started. But will it work?
Aberama seeks revenge, while Tommy must forge an alliance with someone he loathes.
Jesus takes his revenge on Martin
Viggo takes Martin under his wing, showing him the ways of the world, the streets, and the universe.
The latest film from Lucio A. Rojas is brutal and unforgiving, but not without a purpose— even if it’s buried below a ton of gore and nasty violence.
Luca Guadagnino carves out his own territory in horror cinema history with his remake of Dario Argento’s SUSPIRIA
TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.
Life in the Colonies is brutal. As were the terrifying days in the lead up to Gilead’s rise.
Barton Fink. 1991. Directed by Joel Coen. Screenplay by Joel & Ethan Coen. Starring John Turturro, John Goodman, Judy Davis, Michael Lerner, John Mahoney, Jon Polito, Tony Shalhoub, Steve Buscemi, Richard Portnow, & Christopher Murney. 20th Century Fox/Circle Films/Working Title Films. Rated R. 116 minutes. Comedy/Drama ★★★★★The Coen Brothers are impressive for many reasons. ParticularlyContinue reading “Barton Fink: Head in the Clouds, Feet in the Sand”