Jeffrey M. Anderson

‘The Lighthouse’ a deeply unsettling horror flick

‘Witch’ director Robert Eggers meditates on isolation

Ang Lee speaks about technology, humanity in ‘Gemini Man’

Great effort went into making lifelike Will Smith clone

‘Joker’ a dark, gritty, powerful drama about rage

Joaquin Phoenix plays title character with intensity

‘Death of Dick Long’ offers more than just laughs

Edgy rural comedy also has tender moments and food for thought

Despite great space sequences, ‘Ad Astra’ remains distant

Brad Pitt plays searching astronaut in James Gray movie

Inventive ‘Freaks’ does so much with little

Low-budget, sci-fi horror flick is ingenious

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Movies

With fun and serious offerings, there’s something for everyone

Animated ‘Buñuel’ tells story of shocking doc ‘Las Hurdes’

Unusual film offers introduction to surrealist auteur

Springsteen heals in ‘Blinded by the Light’

Behind the scenes with director Gurinder Chadha, writer Sarfraz Manzoor

Horrific ‘Nightingale,’ set 200 years ago, is painfully current

Jennifer Kent’s latest is a revenge film and more

‘Furious’ franchise fast forwards with ‘Hobbs & Shaw’

Cool characters, exciting action in new spinoff

Tarantino’s ‘Hollywood’ cleverly mixes fact, fiction, film

Funny, beautiful stylish 1969-set movie defies expectations

Exquisite ‘Lion King” remake feels like a cash-grab

Lack of originality sullies live-action version

‘Art of Self-Defense’ destined to be a cult classic

Weird, funny comedy explores concept of ideal masculinity

Ari Aster’s ‘Midsommar’ is first-class horror

Film cleverly tackles classic, age-old themes

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ complements ‘Conjuring’ universe

Horror flick has solid scares, intriguing questions about death

‘Toy Story 4’ is familiar and profound

Pixar franchise wears well over time

‘Dead Don’t Die’ offers Jim Jarmusch’s unique take on zombies

Low-key flick destined to become a cult classic