The second season of The White Lotus is decidedly darker than the first, and the air of decadence and luxury is overshadowed by a disturbing aura of danger, even evil.
The Midnight Club contains all the ingredients necessary for a perfect spooky season binge: a Gothic mansion, extremely disaffected yet self-aware young people, moody cinematography, and gorgeous interiors, including the coolest library you’ve ever seen.
In addition to being a clever paranormal thriller, Something in the Dirt is a brilliant commentary on our burgeoning world of content creation.
A wrap-up of the London Film Festival that focuses on two favorites, Inland and The Store.
Television is the new art cinema, chock full of superb examples of storytelling across multiple genres.
Flux Gourmet occasionally reminded me of the films of Peter Greenaway, who often juxtaposed the grotesque or disturbing with the beautiful and ethereal.
Creator Neil Gaiman has said for years that he didn’t want an adaptation to be made unless the creative team could do the original justice. Well, justice has been done: this is a seismic cultural event.
This series presents a compelling perspective on the relativity of determining crime and punishment.
This clever, funny, sexy series from HBO Max is my pick for the best new feel-good retro comedy of 2022.
Hellbender is not just a fabulous indie film about witches, it’s also an original coming-of-age horror movie.