The Hateful Eight

March 30, 2016

It’s safe to say that at this point in his career, you know what you’re going to get with a Quentin Tarantino film – lots of incredibly well-written dialogue spouted by a colorful cast of characters who only stop talking when sudden, bloody violence... 

The Hit: Criterion Collection

May 8, 2009

The Hit (1984) is a significant film for several reasons: it served as a comeback, of sorts, for actor Terence Stamp, it provided a young, up-and-coming Tim Roth with his first major film role, and it was the beginning of a great run of films for director... 

Dark Water

February 24, 2006

Jennifer Connelly joins the club of A-list actresses who are trying their hand at the horror genre. Of course, fans of her work should remember the Dario Argento film, Phenomena (1985), she did as a child so she is certainly no stranger to the genre or... 

Silver City

July 1, 2005

John Sayles is one of America’s rare political filmmakers, from the corruption in professional baseball with Eight Men Out (1988) to environmental concerns with Sunshine State (2002). Like, Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11, Sayles released his movie,...