The most controversial movie of the year finds plenty on Middle of the Row The Podcast, Episode 8, where we discuss mother! Subscribe on iTunes.Read more "Middle of the Row Podcast: 008 – Do You Love or Hate mother!?"
mother! is a divisive film, right down to its unconventional title. While Zac adheres to the brilliance of Aronofsky, Grant keeps rubbing at the bloody spot.Read more "mother! A Discussion about Everything from God to Bloody Light Bulbs"
mother! is the latest from Darren Aronofsky and it is in line with the director’s previous work, incredible and visceral filmmaking that enraptures you from start to finish.Read more "Film Review: mother!"
Like The Fountain before it, Darren Aronofsky created a graphic novel adaptation of Noah that was released before the film, and in Noah’s case the book’s narrative actually works better.Read more "Dissecting Noah: The Graphic Novel vs. The Film"
Darren Aronofsky’s biblical reinvention of the epic tale of Noah is full of some incredible moments, but loses its way a bit on the boat which keeps it from overall greatness.Read more "Film Review: Noah"
Now that you’ve had enough time to let our choices for what we enjoyed last year, it’s time to shift our focus towards what’s to come in 2014.Read more "Looking Ahead to 2014: First Quarter (January – March)"
…… O_O …… In order to sum up my thoughts on Black Swan you would have to determine what you could based on a blank expression that looked a little like that, mouth slightly more agape. That’s right, I really did just resort to an emoticon to review a film. Unsophisticated response? Maybe a little, […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Black Swan"
Black Swan is another fantastic entry into Darren Aronofsky’s filmography that is driven by a wonderful lead performance by Natalie Portman and could very well be my favorite film of the year when it is all said and done. The film follows Nina Sayers who has been a background ballet performer in an elite New […]Read more "Review: Black Swan"
Darren Aronofsky has returned with his fourth feature and the results are an engaging, sad, and fantastic character study anchored by a fantastic performance by Mickey Rourke. Randy “The Ram” Robinson (Mickey Rourke) was “The” wrestler back in 1986. Working his way through the ranks, The Ram made his way to the top of the […]Read more "Review: The Wrestler"