Sorry to Bother You explodes like a Molotov cocktail smashing into a statue of Ronald McDonald. It is as dangerous as it is hilarious, as confounding as it is familiar, and unapologetically demands your attention. Read more

Artful, enjoyable films like “Harold and Maude,” “Being There,” and “Coming Home” haven’t lost their topicality in 2018. Read more

Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons head up this charmer about a music-loving father and daughter facing changes. Read more

Why psychopath is the best, most precise term for Trump’s psychology; why mental health experts need to speak this whole truth; and why it matters on the world stage. Read more

Vicarious trauma, art, and entertainment in the era of Trump Read more

Further explorations of Paul Schrader’s masterpiece Read more

“First Reformed” shattered me in a way that few pieces of art have, and assured me that while the turmoil of our reality is reaching a fever pitch, our artists are producing work that will, if the world survives us, shine like diamonds in a landfill. Read more

This debut feature from writer/director Ari Aster will be tough to top as the best horror film of 2018. Read more

Gorgeously set in South Dakota’s Badlands, this close take on a Lakota cowboy’s life at a crossroads is one of 2018’s best features so far. Read more

Aboriginal director Warwick Thornton illustrates the historical plight of his people in this captivating “based on a true story” western. Read more

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