Chuck Wilson

Chuck Wilson is a regular film contributor at Voice Media Group and its film partner, the Village Voice. VMG publications include LA Weekly, Denver Westword, Phoenix New Times, Miami New Times, Broward-Palm Beach New Times, Houston Press and Dallas Observer.

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  • The road-trip drama Who's Driving Doug is earnest but not overly sweet — a blessing for a film with built-in sentimentality traps. R.J. Mitte, who played Walter White, Jr. on Breaking Bad, stars as the title character, an L.A....

  • New thriller Misconduct is getting kicked to the curb by its distributor, which is too bad, because director Shintaro Shimosawa's debut feature boasts an elegant visual style and a mystery plot with so many absurd twists that the film...

  • French writer-director Pascal Laugier's 2009 film Martyrs is a horror film with violence against women so pitiless and unrelenting that one's memory of the film becomes a blur of red -- from all the blood. For the American remake,...

  • 8 months ago | Film and TV

    One of our most enduring cinematic genres, horror is also among the most difficult to do right. This may sound obvious — countless attempts are made to scare moviegoers every year, whether in theaters or, increasingly, streaming online — but it's ...

  • In MI-5, secret agent Will Holloway (Kit Harington) pauses in the midst of a foot chase to tie his hair into a man-bun, a gesture that proves to be the only contemporary touch in this clunky old-school thriller. Will is tracking his...

  • Forty years into their marriage, veteran director John D. Hancock (Bang the Drum Slowly, Prancer) and his wife, actress Dorothy Tristan, have collaborated on an overlong but deeply felt film about a dying woman trying to connect with her...

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