Dan Gilroy has crafted a dark satire, replete with horror-film elements, on the Los Angeles contemporary art world
An endless exercise in blood, gore, and violence that does its cast no favors
Malcolm McDowell puts on a powerful performance in this thought-provoking and visually engaging ’70s classic.
Visually striking, filled with symbolism, and a score culled from the world of classic and contemporary (at the time) classical music, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ has become one of the must-see entries in the classic film canon.
‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’ is an almost nihilistic neo-noir cop thriller with some dark secrets.
In her latest classic film review, Marialena explores the Golden Age classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’
A visually stunning and well acted account of Mary Stuart’s short life handicapped by a sometimes confusing script
Mary Queen of Scots is a dull period epic with its only saving graces Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in the lead roles.
If you’re interested in more recent history of political figureheads then ‘Vice’ may be right up your alley.