Author: Anthony Marcusa


Interview: Rudy Barichello talks Meetings with A Young Poet

“How can you not consider life absurd when you are born to die?” It’s a rhetorical question posited by Montreal filmmaker Rudy Barichello, but of course one playwright Samuel Beckett would have asked too.


Review: Bears

You really have to be some kind of jaded not to be mesmerized by Bears, the latest documentary offering from DisneyNature.


Review: Oculus

A traumatic past, parallel storylines, and a haunted mirror make up Oculus, an inventive and infectious horror film getting a releas...


Review: Dom Hemingway

It’s an opening scene and telling introduction that few other actors could pull off. A mix of absurd poetry and passionate disillusi...


Review: Draft Day

The shield of the N.F.L., which some of the more rebellious and impish among us refer to as standing for the ‘No Fun League,’ is pla...


Review: The Raid 2

The ultimate question regarding The Raid 2 is whether or not two hours of meandering, ineffectual drama punctuated by moments of blo...


Review: Afflicted

There are myriad potent words that can and should describe Afflicted-eerie, unpredictable, horrific – before getting to a trio of lo...