Film Features

by Ernest Kearney  —  I do have a soft spot for weird sci-fi flicks - The History of Future Folk (2013), John Carpenter’s Dark

"Blue," by filmmaker Charles Huddleston, is not a complex plot. It’s a pretty straightforward morality tale wrapped in the landscape and backwoods mores of

The intended purpose of this monthly column is to bring to the attention of cinema junkies those odd and typically genre defying films which

Take a sneak peak at my experience on the red carpet for the Los Angeles, California movie premiere of The Hunger Games: MockingJay—Part 2. Support

Pete Docter began Inside Out with a seedling of an idea, after he noticed the transition that his adolescent daughter Elle was going through.

"Nothing is so firmly believed as what we know least." Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) In viewing Peter Landesman's Parkland (2013), it is near impossible not to

"If you want to live, come with me – and keep in harmony" Yes, I troll Netflix, the cable channels, and DVDs. I am like the

How rare a thing; a thinking man's sci-fi both stimulating and satisfying. Penned by Jerome Bixby known for such works as The Lost Missile,

Let's imagine one could take a heaping jigger of Citizen Kane, another of Blade Runner, pour in a dash of the life of Walt

Ana Lily Amirpour's intelligent and superbly crafted film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is definitely a world view of a rebel with

Well if you don't know Spike Milligan you darn well should. Along with Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine, and Peter Sellers, Milligan wrote and performed