From a coffin emerges a pale hand, groping in the dark to silence an alarm clock. So begins What We Do in the Shadows, a 2014 horror-comedy directed by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. The …
Author: Courtney Ranger
Even in the age of Netflix, cinemas entice the eager moviegoer. Movies are still a common topic for review and discussion, despite the variety of media at our fingertips.
As the agonized protagonist of “Dark Places,” Gillian Flynn’s second novel, Libby embodies the impulses most of us outgrow as children. She’s reckless, she steals and she throws fits. But it’s almost excusable.
Rarely is popcorn unsatisfying when watching a movie. But with the impressive array of culinary treats on display in “Chef,” starring, written and directed by Jon Favreau, popcorn just doesn’t hit the spot.