These movies won’t win Academy Awards this March. But they will feature over-the-top jokes, huge set pieces, and people driving cars really really fast. Sometimes the Academy is wrong. So check out these films for some unsubtle fun.
Don’t let starting a new school year scare you. Instead, check out these chilling films all about haunted schools, deranged faculty, and monsters with a taste for students.
Celebrate Black History Month with a selection of horror titles. Black Horror is rich with themes reflecting the experience of Black communities. The significance of family. The role of storytelling. … Continued
The Carnegie Library has a sizable LGBTQ film collection, check out some of our picks!
Prepare to be scared, thrilled and engaged by some of these international horror films!
The history and mystique of Los Angeles lends itself to many works of fiction, songs and movies. These are some of my favorite movies tinged with (or steeped in) oddness, the kind of oddness that can only play out against the background of Los Angeles.
Peruse this list to find a book (or movie) that matches the aspect of “Nomadland” that most resonated with you!
In connection with Dr. Gooding’s talk, here is a list of films spanning almost 100 years, some nominated for or winners of Oscars, and some that are in the canon of Black film history but were not recognized by the Academy.
Do you like movies based on books? Then check out these young adult titles that were adapted into films.
If you’re on the waiting list for the book, “When No One Is Watching,” here is a list of some of the best recent stories featuring gentrification at their core.