Alan Scherstuhl is film editor and writer at the Village Voice, LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Houston Press,and Dallas Observer.
2 days ago | Film and TV
Alpert checks in again and again with the same three families over 45 years of visits to the island, with sometimes heartbreaking results
3 days ago | Film Reviews
Nalluri’s emphasis is on amateur theatrical performances, magic-lantern projections and comically competitive authors.
4 days ago | Film Reviews
Here’s a kiddo’s quest to define a self, in this case the descent of young Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) into a land of the dead inspired by Dia de los Muertos celebrations
Bharat Nalluri's new film The Man Who Invented Christmas is a spirited fiction about the creation of the fiction that created our idea of the holiday. Here, a dashing young Dickens (an earnest Dan Stevens) races against the clock to find...
By the time it reaches its tearfully joyous finale, Pixar's Coco plays like the movie that the most fervent Pixar fans have for a generation been telling me I've been missing every time I haven't bawled my eyes out over the hurt feelings of...
7 days ago | Film and TV
This is the first time a Marvel TV show has stunned me: Why in the era of binge-able continued-narrative TV series would the producers kill dead their momentum