Author: Douglas Van Hollen
Jazz and symphonic scores collide to tell an intense, ahead-of-its-time story of addiction, passion, and dreams deferred.
It’s WAY too early to declare this your favorite movie of all time. Or is it?
The image of the pickup truck is almost universal, but in movie speak, who’s driving it can make a world of difference.
“Valerian” and “Rogue One” illuminate the current state of science fiction and help us consider the purpose of science fiction in general.
Character actor John Heard, who died this month, made a bright impression across an long and wide-ranging career.
Martin Landau brought a unique gravel-throated intensity to every conceivable genre and medium. He will be sorely missed.
You know you’re a hero and that the world is not dull as it seems. So do these ten films.
The movie poster, the year, and the cast trick us into thinking The Wraith is just another cheesy 80s flick. In reality it is something much more perplexing.
“The Blue Gardenia” is not a film noir. Neither is “Key Largo,” “Gun Crazy,” or “The Naked City.” Blogger Doug van Hollen spoils for a fight in this Film Spotlight essay!