Tag: Agatha Christie

Empathy Through Voyeurism: ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ Review

“Goddard delineates his film from its influences by focusing almost exclusively on character. Rather than a story filled with twists and turns and manipulation of the audience, ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’ presents each character’s story as a solo vignette, before tying it into the overarching drama.”

Devious Dialogues: Mike Thorn and Anya Stanley on the ‘Child’s Play’ Franchise

Mike Thorn and A.M. (Anya) Novak look back at the series entries and provide their thoughts on the newest addition.

Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2017 – Roberto Andò’s ‘The Confessions’

“Sleek visuals and cryptic dialogue aren’t enough to save a film that’s essentially a truncated season of ‘House of Cards.'”