Gabriel Ricard reviews this better than average found footage horror film.
Gabriel Ricard works as a writer, editor, and occasional actor. He lives in Virginia.
Gabriel Ricard examines a beautifully-crafted animated film from Japan about the consequences of war.
Gabriel Ricard had a tough time narrowing his list down to five movies, but he finally completed his impossible task.
A gruesome horror film that explores a topical issue.
Heavy on the realism, low on the scares, The Poughkeepsie Tapes spins is an original take on the found footage subgenre.
The sitcom star was always magnetic when he starred on the bigger screen.
Whether he's playing a murderous doll or perhaps the most sympathetic character in movie history, Dourif never disappoints.
Four horror comedies that might be worth your time.
Gabriel Ricard looks at Harry Dean Stanton's long and varied career.
A simple story, compelling actors, and stylized aesthetics make this one worth checking out.
Narrowing the martial arts master's prolific filmography to five of the best.
What's been your favourite movie of 2017 so far? Here are our picks.
Once Upon a Time in Venice is a fun way to kill some time, especially if you're a Bruce Willis fan.
Colossal is an impressive Kaiju variant supported by grounded, believable performances.
He's been seen in the galaxy recently, but Kurt Russell has been the star of many amazing movies you might not recall.
How did you pick from a filmography as varied as Julianne Moore's? Gabriel had that hard task in this month's Make the Case.
"...American Gods is off to a pretty divine start."
We look back at the master of the genre movie, Bill Paxton, and some of his best movies in the newest Make the Case.
In the newest edition of Make the Case, Gabriel guides us through some of the best Ben Kingsley movies you need to see.
Gabriel Ricard shares with us the origins and inspirations of his new book, Bondage Night.