Robert Cashill has written for publications including The Wall Street Journal, MovieMaker, Playbill, Slant, and Time Out New York, and is an editorial board member of Cineaste magazine. He is a member of the Online Film Critics Society and a member and former board member of the New York-based Drama Desk, the theatrical critics association. Like him on Facebook and tweet with him on Twitter.
Celebrate Frankenstein Friday with a look at some enduring screen versions.
Co-directors Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman share the passion that quite literally animated their unique cinematic portrait of Vincent van Gogh.
Trailblazing Hollywood legend Mae West was born on August 17, 1893. To celebrate the outspoken leading lady, here is a look at some of her classic movie lines that left audiences wanting more.
Alive and kicking at age 95, Carl Reiner chats with close friends of a certain age who are still alive to kick in a new HBO documentary.
The release of 'Alien: Covenant' continues the director’s voyage through terrifying worlds, one he began almost 40 years ago.
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As we celebrate Olivia de Havilland's 100th birthday, here's a look a her legendary life and career.
On George Carlin's birthday today, we're taking a look at the comedian and some fellow edgy comics who flipped the script on funny.
Today in 1972, Francis Ford Coppola's film The Godfather, based on the mafia epic by Mario Puzo, premiered. Here's a look at how the book became a Hollywood classic.