An occasional column in which Lou Harry gets his game on with film-related tabletop titles.… continue
This joyous film about neighbors and neighborhood is one of the best-ever stage-to-screen adaptations.
A cringe comedy with a sweet, gentle heart beating inside it.
Lou Harry goes back to his schlock roots when rolling the dice on "BloodRayne."
Groundhog Day, The Shining and Monty Python make up Lou's latest tabletop gaming column.
Narrowly focused, but the musical joy is authentic.
Lou Harry looks at Michael Mann's ill-fated foray into horror, "The Keep," in the latest installment of C'mon, Mann.
Lou looks at film editor Paul Hirsch's book about his long, varied career.
Lou takes a look at "Gamemaster," a documentary about the world of tabletop gaming that's now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
Lou looks back at his most, and least, satisfying films of 2020.
Lou Harry's tabletop game column returns just in time for the holidays.
Larger canvas and bigger (not always better) stars, but still worth saving the date.