Category: Reel Talk

Let the Corpses Tan and the Slavish Devotion to Style

    By and large, American cinema is very safe. Occasionally you can come across a strange piece of outsider cinema or an indie flick which really pushes the boundaries of what works in an American movie, but for the most part we’re a very tame country. And […]

Blindspotting and Identity

    A couple of weeks ago I discussed a wonderful new film called Sorry to Bother You. In that article I discussed how impressively terrible the world is at the moment, and how art is starting to reflect the frustrations and anger involved in all of those issues. I […]