Day Two of “14 Days of Love” spotlights the madcap brilliance of Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in ‘Bringing Up Baby’ (1938).
Author: Devin McGrath-Conwell
We’re counting down to Valentine’s Day one romantic movie at a time! First up, the Black love of Something Good—Negro Kiss from 1898!
Adapted from Annie Ernaux’s memoir, ‘Happening’ (2022) follows her as she searches for an abortion in 1963 France. Catch our Sundance review!
Jono McLeod directs ‘My Old School,’ a mixed media documentary about the wild 1990s saga of Bearsden Academy and Brandon Lee.
Alika Tengan’s debut feature ‘Every Day in Kaimukī’ is a beautiful but hazily told story of one man’s search for purpose beyond his hometown.
Part folk horror and part Terrence Malick, Goran Stolevski’s ‘You Won’t Be Alone’ is an enchanting tale of witchcraft and humanity.
Hailing from first-time feature director Martika Ramirez Escobar, Leonor Will Never Die (2022) is a virtuoso journey through grief and art.
With a new sequel in theaters, what better time to decide once and for all how all five Scream movies measure up?
For over 25 years, Sidney Prescott has remained the heart and soul of Scream. Along the way she has also become an ultimate horror icon.
Belle (2021) is a magical thrill ride from writer-director Mamoru Hosoda. Bursting with heart and music, Belle is a joy to behold.