‘The Gospel of Eureka’ Delivers an Underwhelming Sermon

“The Gospel of Eureka” is a documentary that intends to shed light on the conflict between the Christian LGBTQ community and the more conservative Christian inhabitants of Eureka Springs, Ark., a small town with...

‘Then Came You’ Is a Lackluster Story of Friendship

"Then Came You," New York-based filmmaker Peter Hutchings’ third feature film, tells a not-quite-tear-jerking tale of terminal illness crossed with a story of friendship; it’s a mishmash of John Green tropes marketed toward the...

‘Russian Doll’ Is an Endlessly Entertaining Binge Watch

“Russian Doll,” Netflix’s newest series, which premiered on Feb. 1, has already sparked great critical and public attention from viewers worldwide only a week after its release. Originally created by an all-female dream team...

Fyre Festival Scam Continues

Fyre Festival, the brainchild of practiced millennial manipulator Billy McFarland, was a 2017 ultra-luxe music festival in the Bahamas imagined to appeal to the basest desires of that much-maligned generation with celebrities, alcohol and...

Best Movies to Watch While Sick

When you’re feeling sick, there are a couple things you can do to take care of yourself: rest up, take some vitamins or watch a good movie. Films can conjure up feelings of wonder,...

‘Sex Education’ Should Replace Sex Education

I am typically quite cautious about seeing television written by adults with the intention of teaching teenagers a lesson. Frankly, after I read the synopsis of “Sex Education,” I wasn’t expecting much. A British...

‘The Wild Pear Tree’: A Rumination on the Millennial Condition

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s newest film, “The Wild Pear Tree,” follows the post-college encounters of an aspiring writer, Sinan, after he returns home hoping to gather enough money to publish his first novel. The film...

‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ Attempts to Push Satire Through Horror

Dan Gilroy’s “Velvet Buzzsaw” provides a gory, fantastical look into the contemporary art world that shoots for the stars but, unfortunately, still doesn’t make it to the moon. Although the horror film attempts to...

Tony Winner Talks ‘I Am The Night’

Jefferson Mays has been a storyteller his whole life. In his childhood, his family did not have a television set, so he and his parents would read books out loud to each other every...

‘I Am The Night’ Is A Few Steps Short of Success

Murder, mystery and conspiracies — all juicy elements that are necessary to concoct a pulpy noir. From film classics like “Double Indemnity” to contemporary series such as “Luther,” the genre has evolved but maintained its...

‘Serenity’ Sunk by a Ludicrous Script

Oscar-nominated director Steven Knight’s new film “Serenity” is a confounding experience, but not because it challenges the viewer on some profound, artistic level. From beginning to end, the movie is a journey with moments...

Funding Your Cinematic Dream

“The very fact that a movie gets made is a miracle,” the Chief Operating Officer of FilmNation Entertainment said to Tisch Film & TV senior Bronson Aznavorian during his internship. Many Film & TV...
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