Morgan Holly analyzes how “the Twilight Saga” grew from a small budget to launching the over $3.3 billion worldwide grossing vampire franchise.
Lauren Bjella analyzes the “Halloween” franchise and its impact starting as an independent film, with the 40th anniversary of “Halloween II” (1981).
Senior Film Critic Kurt Brokaw reviews this year’s DOC NYC and reviews Film, The Living Record of Our Memory, Storm Lake and The Art of Making It from the festival.
Xinyan Fu dives into the Chinese horror movie history and the ideology behind the censorship that targets horror movies.
Sifting through the glut of content available on streaming services can sometimes feel like more work than it’s worth. Algorithms…
In the second installment of The Female Gaze series, Lou Balikos provides a thought-provoking examination of filmmaker Kali Kahn’s debut short film, Fairchild, a narrative that follows a young girl as she grapples with the traumatic effects of her sexual assault.
Revisiting and redefining our Women in Film Portraits series, Anna Brosnihan analyzes Celine Sciamma’s 2019 hit film, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, in celebration of International Women’s Month.
“Look at all these…thems, shes, hes, zirs…” Vero says, leaning against the bar, as the smile of a proud parent…