Guy Pearce’s ability to show up and carry small, strange projects continues with The Seventh Day, a tepid exorcism thriller in which Pearce plays Father Peter, a street-smart exorcist who doesn’t play by the rules of the church and often finds himself facing off with demons that would “make other priests piss in their vestments.”… continue
Month: March 2021
Albert Brooks's classic celebrates its 30th anniversary with a spiffy new Criterion disc.
A disappointing effort from a distinct comedic talent.
Better call all ... the paramedics.
Succeeds by rejecting everything for which Happy Madison is known.
The cheapest, shittiest, weirdest Kong of all.
A gold-standard adaptation that retains the original material's spirit.
A fashion satire about a killer pair of pants fails to flesh out its high-concept premise.
Sam Peckinpah's bleak masterpiece gets a beautiful new transfer.