Jackie Chan always amazes
T he first Jackie Chan movie I saw was "Rumble in the Bronx."
Teen horror at its dumbest and most entertaining
M y dad and I watched "Happy Death Day" together and felt totally pervy.
Lost like tears in rain
D o we have time for a quick confession?
Feminist horror, the gods of America and the profoundly profane
Another week means another look at all the new and upcoming things that I think are downright neato.
BendFilm returns with a knockout lineup
T he time is upon us once again for the Pacific Northwest's premier film festival, BendFilm.
Jodie Barram, director of fundraising for The Tower Theatre
"F ilm has the ability to impact my mood, reflect my interests, challenge me, expand my horizons and experience ideas and places I might not otherwise get to.
An addiction to true crime, movies so bad they're great, and Netflix spray paints its way to our heart.
The Golden Circle Goes Big and Goes Home
T he first "Kingsman" movie looked terrible.
mother! is Aronofsky's masterpiece
I f I didn't need to come home and write this review, I would have walked out of "mother!" and purchased another ticket for it instantly.
In the run-up to BendFilm, a word from a local film lover
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE STORY