The Western is dead. For years, even decades, the Western genre has been a wasteland, with few new films coming out and even fewer hits. Luckily, horror fans know what to do with dead things: make them undead, so they can stand up again and start biting faces and murdering salacious teens. In fact, ... More >>
The year 2012 was a big one for creeps -- living, breathing, oozing, killing-Batman creeps. So we asked Village Voice film editor Alan Scherstuhl to choose the year's twenty baddest from the scores of contenders. Continue reading for his picks -- a spoiler-free selection of this year's spookiest scr ... More >>
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
The Queen of the Factory gets the superficial biopic treatment.
Nick Cave pens a new breed of revisionist Western.
Twin tigers light up the screen in Two Brothers.
A Slipping Down Life takes a beating in the transition from book to film.
With Drug Under, Chris Romero has found a cure for his Sickness.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Michael Petroni explores where we go Till Human Voices Wake Us.
Mystery writer Robert Crais goes off the deep end.
Director Simon Wells tinkers with his great-grandfather's Time Machine.
The year's screen gems.