Each week new movies open in New York (and online) by the dozen. The Voice reviews all of 'em. Here are some you might not have heard about that got our critics excited, for better or worse: Here's some rare good news: Two weeks in a row we've had first-rate horror flicks. Last week, Chuck Wilson t ... More >>
Like a sleek new phone, Her still strains to connect
Catch Vertigo in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Shouldn't the making of Psycho be more interesting?
A welcome tribute to the '50s' other great Hollywood Kelly
Good evening. There's a biopic being done about the portly, macabre genius who directed one-word classics like Psycho, Vertigo, Rebecca, Suspicion, Rope, and Spellbound, among other films. So which stars are dropping by for a paycheck? Here's the answer to the mystery:
That's how the sumptuous screen star of the 1950s started her press release (also an ad in a trade magazine) about how she feels her legacy has been plundered by the movie The Artist.
Master of Suspense stars in Cold War/pop culture/essay film mashup
Idiosyncratic sci-fi films Sans Soleil and La Jetée hit DVD. Plus, good directors gone bad and bad directors gone worse.
Plus one we've all been waiting for: the Reagen-obsessed serial-killer movie!
From a filmmaking fan, an appreciation of the master of suspense's show business
David Wares Quartet Demands Overstatement
60-Year-Old Polish Guy Tells All