RIP: Tribute to Acting Legend Harry Dean Stanton

The actor and musician passed away at 91.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Film critic Roger Ebert used to say that “no movie featuring Harry Dean Stanton in a supporting role can be altogether bad”.

Continue reading “RIP: Tribute to Acting Legend Harry Dean Stanton”

Review: Rick and Morty Season 3

They’re good… but are they schwifty?

by Benjamín Harguindey

With five episodes down and five to go, Rick and Morty is officially halfway through its belated third season. Is it everything we hoped for?

Continue reading “Review: Rick and Morty Season 3”

RIP Jerry Lewis, King of Comedy

So long, funnyman.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Legendary slapstick comedian Jerry Lewis passed away yesterday in his home of Las Vegas, Nevada. He was 91.

Continue reading “RIP Jerry Lewis, King of Comedy”

Avant Premiere of The Summit

All the way to the top.

by Benjamín Harguindey

In which we cover the avant premiere of The Summit (La Cordillera), one of Argentina’s most highly anticipated movies of the year.

Continue reading “Avant Premiere of The Summit”

True Detective: Third Season Confirmed

We get the world we deserve.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Following two years of silence after 2015’s unanymously panned second season, HBO has finally confirmed a third season of True Detective is in the works and the protagonist has already been cast.

Continue reading “True Detective: Third Season Confirmed”

RIP Martin Landau

“What I do best, what I’ve always done best, is act.”

by Benjamín Harguidey

You’re done writing an obituary and then you realize that stars continue dying regardless. Academy Award winner Martin Landau (89) died Saturday due to “unexpected complications” following his hospitalization.

Continue reading “RIP Martin Landau”

Requiem for George A. Romero

The father of the modern zombie film dies at 77.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Legendary horror filmmaker George A. Romero died Sunday after a “brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer”. Romero passed away in his sleep, surrounded by his family while listening to the score of The Quiet Man (John Ford, 1952) – one of his favorite films, as he once disclosed to Sight & Sound Greatest Films Poll.

Continue reading “Requiem for George A. Romero”