Of all the gadgets and gizmos that cross my desk, few get more questions than projectors. I get the allure—everyone wants to have a large-format cinematic experience at home, and everyone assumes it’s a super easy thing
Here are a couple of things you might know about the Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla: There’s a pricey electric car named after him. He invented the Tesla Coil – a transformer that produces high voltages at low currents.
You don’t have to wait very long for things to get cooking in this engaging thriller about an illicit drug that can bring out the innate super power in each of us … and how easy it would
This is not actor James D’Arcy’s first encounter with writing and directing a film. He had that experience a few years ago with an oddball comic short titled “Chicken/Egg,” which starred Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, then in his sixth season
The Red Army hockey team has quite a history behind it, one that can be easily summed up: Before the fall of the Soviet Union, at the tail end of 1991, they were universally known as the best
It wouldn’t have been much of a stretch if Dave Franco was among the four actors starring in “The Rental,” which initially appears to be one of those oh-so-common horror films about people looking for a relaxing getaway
It’s been a long time since I discovered and fell under the spell of Canadian writer-director Atom Egoyan’s films. First for me was the haunting and quietly sizzling “Exotica” (1994), then the mesmerizing and quietly shocking “The Sweet
In the more than 25 years of the ESPY Awards, I can honestly remember only two events: Jim Valvano’s wrenching farewell while staring death straight in the face in 1993; and 2018, when more than 100 survivors of