Q.V. Hough on #TheFinalRide
Q.V. (Quinn) Hough is Vague Visages’ founding editor and chief film critic.
Q.V. Hough on Samuel Kishi’s Debut Feature
Two things happened in the penultimate episode of FX’s Sons of Anarchy that speak volumes about the lead character and the overall theme of the series. All the pieces are now in place for history to repeat itself.
Q.V. Hough Reviews the 1933 Roy Del Ruth Film
Q.V. Hough on Robert Gist’s Lone Feature Film
Q.V. Hough on the 2013 Cannes favorite.
A brief moment of clarity for Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen (and the movie theatre audience): midway through The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, the new rebellion leader comes to a disturbing realization after teasing her sister’s cat.
Simmering with sensuality, the second feature from NYC filmmaker Josephine Decker enraptures with vivid imagery while establishing a burning fire of abstract connotations.
The opening minutes of Celia Rico Clavellino’s Luisa Is Not Home, winner of MUBI’s Cannes Short Film Competition, reveal a couple living within the walls of routine.
The seventh episode of FOX’s Gracepoint received its first rise in viewership since the October 2nd debut, and director Ali Selim opened the action of the appropriately titled “Episode 8” with a rising camera; an investigation of the case files and docks of the coastal California town.
The 11 enchanting minutes of Marina Shron’s Sea Child offer a glimpse into Colombia’s Laguna de Tota and the visceral impact it has upon a grieving adolescent. Narrated by Federica Cafferata’s Lila, she recounts the sentiments of her disenchanted father before “the lake took him back.” While Lila roams around the mountain […]
It’s been said over and over again: all you need for laughs is a dimly lit presidential bunker, a beautiful woman and two men bickering over her.
The perks of being a Netflix junkie: sometimes you get what you ask for.
Q.V. Hough on Kristina Buožytė’s ‘Vanishing Waves’
Q.V. Hough on Nightcrawler and the Boulevard of Broken Dreams
The weekly viewers have been in steady decline, but NBC’s Tuesday night romcom, Marry Me, seems to be headed in the right direction as NBC ordered five more episodes.
Q.V. Hough on Peter Weller’s outstanding directing of Sons of Anarchy
Q.V. Hough reviews “Cat People” – now streaming on Warner Archive Instant.
Well doctor, I don’t know.
There’s no business like “know” business.