Zach Gilbert

Zach Gilbert

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Albert Shin on “Disappearance at Clifton Hill”: A Love Letter to Niagara Falls (Interview)

In an interview with Disappearance at Clifton Hill ’s writer-director Albert Shin, we learn the secrets behind the film’s suspenseful story and hear how Shin set out to celebrate this curious city.

Disappearance at Clifton Hill: A Mesmerizing, Mind-Bending Mystery (Review)

Disappearance at Clifton Hill ’s artful ambiguity and absorbing atmosphere amplify the tension in this thought-provoking thriller.

Minions: From Silly, Simple-Minded Sidekicks to Spin-Off Sensations

Minions officially turned these pill-shaped stooges into the stars of the Despicable Me series, but why are these buffoons so beloved?

Skyman: ‘Close Encounters’ for Found Footage Fans (Review)

Skyman is a compelling character study with a sci-fi bent that inventively inspects alien interactions…

Irresistible: Jon Stewart’s Scathing, Sharp-Witted Satire Soars (Review)

Irresistible is a clever and comedic commentary on the disconnect between today’s political parties and…

Top Gun (1986): Pure Pop Culture Phenomenon or Pro-War Propaganda? (Review)

Top Gun ’s ageless appeal pervades pop culture to this day, but some still view…

You Should Have Left: Keep Away From This Kevin Bacon Thriller (Review)

You Should Have Left fails to incite fear of any kind, with a story that’s…

How Pixar’s Pete Docter Analyzes the Anxieties of Aging Through Art (Profile)

Though we can’t see Pixar’s Soul as soon as we would’ve liked, Pete Docter ’s…

The Ground Beneath My Feet: Witnessing the Woes of the Modern-Day Working Woman

With acerbic accuracy, The Ground Beneath My Feet devastatingly depicts the disturbances that working women…

Becky: A Breezy but Bloody Brawl with a Brutal Bag of Tricks (Review)

Becky gives audiences a gnarly genre gem to savor this summer, with terrific turns from…