FilmFracture’s resident horror geek James Jay Edwards picks the best, most fearsome and frightful horror movies of 2018.
The 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees have done more than make great music, they’ve contributed some of the best songs in movies.
You Were Never Really Here is simultaneously gorgeous and ugly, and the score by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead matches the tone perfectly.
Inherent Vice extends its brand of drug with a promise: if you ride the high you will not soon regret it.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master,’ based on the history of Scientology, stays with you, haunts you, and inevitably never completely leaves your subconscious.