Peter Suderman talks “The Haunting of Hill House,” and binge-worthy horror movies to watch this Halloween on the Federalist Radio Hour.
An earlier entry in the slasher realm is actually a touchstone in the genre: ‘The Town That Dreaded Sundown.’ It’s the last time I felt a visceral combination of fright and thrill from a film.
Need a new show to binge? Ellie Bufkin and Ben Domenech discuss the good and bad of what’s been coming out of Hollywood, Netflix, and streaming platforms lately.
This film isn’t only a movie to see if you’re ardently pro-life. This is a movie for anyone interested in crime, in justice, in health care, and in reform.
‘First Man’ has a plot, but seems to be shot at a remove from the characters, meanders without becoming involving, and has puzzling ideas about children.
There is good reason the Library of Congress chose only the original for preservation for being ‘culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.’
‘Venom’ is the first movie in what Sony hopes to construct as a separate universe from the one where Spider-Man now hangs out with The Avengers.
On this episode of the podcast ‘Flix It,’ hosts David Marcus and Ellie Bufkin stream the 1992 western, ‘Unforgiven.’
It fails to rise above its genre, but ‘The Predator’ is rescued in part by the symbolism of family love, which reveals a deep emotional humanism that should have received far more praise.
The film is designed to celebrate Lizzie Borden’s 18 axe blows to her stepmother and the 10 or 11 to her father as feminist empowerment.
For this cinema cynic, who glories in the misfires and crater-producing duds, there is not as much wreckage to pick through this year, but there are still ample failures to be found.
The effort to make this movie somehow fit the identity politics of our age and our country have bordered on the comical.
On the second episode of , “Flix It,” David Marcus and Ellie Bufkin rewatch the 1994 indie film, “Clerks.”
In the new podcast, “Flix It,” Ellie Bufkin and David Marcus revisit lesser known movies available on Netflix that may or may not be worth streaming.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ surpassed $25 million in ticket sales in the opening weekend across both the United States and Canada, beating Mark Wahlberg’s action thriller ‘Mile 22.’
Hollywood often turns real-life tragedies into films, but in this case the victim is still suffering the effects of the attack. Does anyone care?
George Young’s story would make a good drama about what 21st century America could learn from previous generations and how an aging patriot conceives of his legacy.
The extra ‘K’ that makes the movie’s title look ridiculous is emblematic of what’s wrong with the film as a whole: it ends up being an unnecessary and distracting detraction.
Actor, author, and commentator Michael Knowles joins this episode of Federalist Radio to discuss Hollywood, comedy, and owning the libs.
Just like the television show, ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ delivers a good time for people of all ages.
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