Edgar Wright’s Next Project Untitled but Inspired by Don’t Look Now

Photo Credit: Peter Yang for Variety Edgar Wright of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, and Baby Driver fame mentions in an article by Empire that his next project will be a psychological horror film based in London and inspired by Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now and Roman Polanski's Repulsion. It will also have a female …

Dance or Die: a cinematic exploration of female hysteria and dance

Dance is one of the most physical, brutal expressions of emotion, requiring a loosening of the body and the senses that can be as poetic as it is frightening. Over the last 70 years, there has been a cinematic rise in the portrayal of danseuses-macabres who give up body, love and soul for their performance. …

No Pearly Gates, No Thorny Crown: “American Gods” Gets Back on the Road with Season 2 Trailer

It’s been nearly two years since Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed novel was adapted for a breathtaking (and sometimes off-book) television adaptation. A lot has changed in that time, too, with multiple show runners and cast members checking out between seasons. Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, who served as the first season’s show runners, stepped away and …

All Is Lost

Robert Redford as Our Man in All Is Lost

The power of the human spirit and the inherent will to survive is a fascinating aspect of our makeup, perhaps never explored more interestingly than in All Is Lost. The 2013 film by J. C. Chandor is nothing short of a cinematic miracle, preserving for all time one of the screen's most celebrated actors in …

Yes to More Yaz: “Doctor Who” Showrunner Hints at Shifting Storylines

With one full season and a New Year’s Day special under the latest TARDIS team’s belt, it looks like the focus might be shifting in the next season to Yasmin Khan. Since the bulk of season 11 focused on Ryan’s growth and relationship with  Graham, it felt like police officer and school mate Yaz’s story …

Michael Beasley on Escape at Dannemora, Bloodline, Eastbound & Down, Denzel Washington & More!

Actor Michael Beasley (Escape at Dannemora)

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with actor Michael Beasley, who is quickly making a name for himself in Hollywood. Called "the King of Hollywood South" by none other than Denzel Washington, Michael has appeared in well over 60 productions in less than ten years time. In this interview, we got to discuss some …