Director Sam Raimi injects joyful camp (and horror) into Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but do the movie’s franchise obligations prove too powerful to allow for true madness?
The MMH family analyzes the five archetypes that define Nic Cage’s absurd career in honor of his upcoming movie, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.
The 2022 Coulda Woulda Should-Awards: A Combination Oscars Post-Mortem and Wishful Thought Experiment
If not for the slap heard round the world, it would have been a pretty boring Oscars. We do our best to change that.
Mash that Bat-Signal and slap on some spandex–it’s time for a Batdraft.
Before the close of Black History Month, three MMH writers present a handful of highlights by Black creators and athletes from the past calendar year.
Simon Pruitt & Nate Mondschein are back to draft their fictional fantasy music festivals, this time diving deep into the golden age of Hip-Hop, Grunge, Alt-Rock, and Boy Bands to bring you: Decadepalooza IV: The 1990’s.
MMH Sundance correspondent Nate Mondschien continues his review of the 2022 festival, highlighting three more films: Happening, Navalny, and Cha Cha Real Smooth.
Today is the GOAT John Williams’ 90th birthday. Happy Birthday John! To celebrate, we’re drafting film scores. 4 contestants, 6 rounds, and every note to lose.
MMH Sundance Selects, Vol. I: The Worst Person In The World, Fire of Love, Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul.
Nate Mondschein spotlights three standouts (for good and for ill) from this year’s fully virtual Sundance Film Festival in the first half of his MMH Sundance Selects series.
After two-plus years of waiting, Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth has finally arrived; but despite its illustrious cast, crew, and source material, the film is ultimately more style than substance.
To celebrate the end of 2021, the MMH Staff compiles their top-five lists of favorite albums, tracks, films, performances, games, and teams from a truly insane calendar year.
MMH Contributor and chronic list-maker Nate Mondschein takes a two-decade trip back to one of his favorite years in cinema to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his top-five films of 2001.