In light of Ferguson, "Night of the Living Dead" still resonates

In light of Ferguson, "Night of the Living Dead" still resonates

This OG zombie classic ends with its main character, a black man named Ben (Duane Jones),...

'In The End, We Were Never So Different' locates serenity in the fog of war

Viewing Matthew Fishel’s silent animated short &...

The Rapture comes for Hollywood

An apocalypse lurches out of Hollywood about twice a month. The Apocalypse, though, is a rarer...

"Paris, Texas," Directed by Wim Wenders

Playing at the Charles Theater Oct. 11, 13, and 16


Elaine Eff to talk about "The Painted Screens of Baltimore" on CBS News Sunday Morning

When we wrote about Elaine Eff’s book, “The Painted Screens of Baltimore: An Urban...

Who benefits from the mayor's plan to boost the Baltimore art scene?

During the Cultural Town Meeting on Wednesday night at the Maryland Historical Society, Mayor...

Good Riddance

David Fincher's latest is less bleak thriller than a blackly comic unraveling of the subgenre

On the surface, David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel tells the story of...

"Je T'aime, Je T'aime," Directed by Alain Resnais

"Je T'aime, Je T'aime," Directed by Alain Resnais

“Je T’aime, Je T’aime”

Now What?

Here's A Metal Movie That Isn't Afraid To Give A Shit

This heavy-hearted, heavy-metal movie about an East Texas family fractured by grief and, later on,...

Hold Onto Your Precious Bodily Fluids

Hold Onto Your Precious Bodily Fluids: It's Stanley Kubrick Month In Baltimore

Stanley Kubrick didn┬┐t just make movies, he pursued visions. He never cared much for accommodating...

The Daft and the Spurious

Faux BFFs Mock The Buddy-Flick Bromance in "The Trip to Italy"

They're ba-ack! Aloof, self-satisfied British comedian/actor Steve Coogan (played by Steve Coogan)...

Expecting Trouble

Expecting Trouble: Director Dina Fiasconaro Shines A Light On Pregnancy And Psych Meds

The director of the upcoming documentary "Women and Meds" wasn't really one of those women. You know...

Double Indemnity

Playing At The Charles Theater: Double Indemnity, Directed by Billy Wilder

Film noir, especially as practiced by Billy Wilder, asks us to imagine a universe in which a man...

Land Ho!

Film Review: "Land Ho!" Directed by Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens

Look, I wanted to give "Land Ho!" a chance. I really did. Sure, it looked like just another movie...

Fight The Power

After 25 Years, The Themes and Nikes of "Do The Right Thing" Still Feel Contemporary

It's been 25 years since Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" hit screens, ignited debate, and...

Film Review: "The Killing"

Film Review: "The Killing," Directed by Stanley Kubrick, playing at the Charles Theater

Stanley Kubrick was always infatuated with human clockwork, both in terms of what makes each of us...

Clicking and Streaming: 'The Battered Bastards of Baseball' and 'Locke'

Clicking and Streaming: 'The Battered Bastards of Baseball' and 'Locke'

The Netflix original documentary "The Battered Bastards of Baseball" details the brief history of...

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