On this week's episode, we've invited David Church, Sean Smalley and Will Scheibel to talk about the Midnight Movie Series.
On this week's episode, we're discussing the Spring 2013 Underground Film series at the IU Cinema, with lead programmer Mark Benedetti.
On this week's episode, we're covering the upcoming Nicholas Ray series with Ray expert and CMCL grad student Will Scheibel.
This is going to be only half a review of "Angels and Demons" - because I could only make it through the first half of the film.
WFIU Movie Critic Peter Noble Kuchera reviews J.J. Abrams take on the Star Trek Franchise.
Cal McAffrey has become a curmudgeon. He’s been a reporter for “The Washington Globe” for fifteen years (and writes on a sixteen-year-old computer).
Monsters vs. Aliens has been out a few weeks, so forgive me if you’ve already lost the argument with your spawn and have seen it. I held out while I could. It sure looked like a corporate golem from DreamWorks, the house of SHREK, a shiny disco ball of pop culture references substituting for humor and hollow, rubbery characters tiptoeing across the digital Astroturf with Barbie-doll-stiffness.
These couples FLOAT. I don't think I can better describe this phenomenon without diminishing it. If you've taken that walk even once, count yourself fortunate.
Movie Critic Peter Noble-Kuchera is leery of the word “masterpiece,” though he's guilty of using it on rare occasions. That description implies, what, that a flim is flawless? That it is the quintessence of a great director’s career? That it will stand outside of time? “Knowing” is none of those things.