New Year's Eve brought the start of the glorious Twilight Zone marathon on Syfy channel, and I was glued, even though I realized I'd seen every single one of these Rod Serling-created twisty dramas before. Several times. And I have to say I have a new number one. I don't want to go with the same o ... More >>
It was James Earl Jones in The Man, an obscure 1972 film based on an Irving Wallace best seller about a black Senator who gets to move up to the White House, as it were, after the President is killed in a disaster. (Rod Serling of Twilight Zone fame wrote the screenplay.) And we're getting ... More >>
Celebrating The Twilight Zone's 50th anniversary
Melville's noir at Film Forum, plus Afro-punk at BAM and more
Master of the nonsensical outdoes himself in cock-and-bull bedtime story
Gorillas in Our Midst
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.