The Thing (2011) represents a missed opportunity to update Carpenter’s paranoid film for the digital era.Read More
Seen on the occasion of the film's 40th Anniversary.
Grease flattens the '50s into a cartoon - literally, in the opening credits - but it's also far grimier than its family-friendly reputation would suggest.Read More
Alien: Covenant is the digital counterpart to the analogue original, remixing not only Alien and Prometheus but Blade Runner as well.Read More
Reviews of The Riot Club (2014), Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985), and mother! (2017).Read More
A consideration of Life in a Day (2011, dir. Kevin Macdonald) and Cameraperson (2016, dir. Kirsten Johnson) through the Roland Barthes essay The Great Family of Man.Read More