Duncan Jones’ Mute: No Words

By Jacqueline Howell, Disarm Editor I urge you to set aside two hours this weekend to watch the best film since 1982's Blade Runner of...

Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series Blu-Ray Boxset – A Feast of Vibes

By Matt Sitler What to say that hasn't been said already about maverick filmmaker David Lynch? Finally handed the funding, freedom and platform to drill his...

Steven Soderbergh’s Mosaic on HBO

Mosaic is another curious oddity from Steven Soderbergh, a filmmaker whose oeuvre is so diverse it is hard to tell whether he is a...

Dave Chappelle: Equanimity. Appropriately Problematic. Funny.

On Dave Chappelle: What's problematic is complex & deep. Rise to it. On your feet for the G.O.A.T. By Jacqueline Howlett "Initial impressions are often wrong. And...

Mindhunter – Mid Season Review

Does the principle of auteur theory apply to TV direction? In the past, people generally considered the writers and showrunners as the authorial voices...

Neil Gaiman’s Likely Stories deserves more attention

Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories - an anthology series based on the work of the English author - doesn't seem to be getting the attention...

Have you been following Halt and Catch Fire? Because you should.

By Stephen Porzio On the basis of its first season, one would never have thought AMC's Halt and Catch Fire - a series about the...

Gypsy: Wrap Up

Read Part One of Stephen Porzio's Gypsy review here. Gypsy began very promisingly. Its first two episodes - directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson - with their...

Gypsy: Naomi Watts goes 90s for Netflix

Gypsy - Netflix's latest offering - feels like an artsy but sleazy 90s thriller or a pulpy mystery novel. It's the type of story...

Glow: Season 1 Wrap Up

Part 2 of 2 (Read Part 1 here.) Recently - when discussing the first five episodes of Netflix's GLOW - I praised the series for...

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