Final thoughts from Lights, Camera, Ashton.
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Horror movies have been pretty bad recently. Will Ashton writes about why “It Follows” was the best horror movie in his recent memory.
With the news of Super Troopers 2, columnist Will Ashton reflects on past comedy sequels
‘Man Seeking Woman’ is must-see millennial television.
If studios keep copying Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, originality in studio films will begin to die.
The Oscars were on Sunday, so Will gives his LCAAs (Lights, Camera, Ashton, Awards)
Awards are meaningless, especially ones for movies. Films and individual tastes are subjective, so to rank films in terms of achievements on par with sports or other recreational activity is silly and often self-congratulatory. But despite that, I love the Oscars.
R-rated movies, thankfully, dominate the box office again.
Will Ashton writes about whether the days of original filmmaking are over. That is, are movies just going to be sequels, remakes and reboots?
For the first, and only, time in my college years, I participated in the 48-hour film shootout last weekend.
A look at 2014’s most disappointing movies.
Will Ashton's top 10 best movies of 2014.
2014 had tons of wonderful movies, and I’ll talk about them next week. But it also had lots of bad movies too — the kind of awful, unsanitary features that make you question how they got made and sometimes your faith in humanity.
Spice up your movie list this holiday season with one of these underrated holiday films, picked by Post movie critic Will Ashton
"While I’m sure the stages on Broadway continue to bloom with great musical talents, the glory days of 1950s musicals are long gone from the cinema."
RiffTrax tackles the holiday season in new live track at Athena Grand with Santa Claus
Will Ashton observes the good and the not-so-good about the movie award season.
Continuing to enhance thought-provoking topics related to acclaimed and beloved films, Science on Screen will return to the Athena Cinema with a free screening of the original 1959 Journey to the Center of the Earth, with geologist Dan Hembree and paleontologist Patrick O’Connor talking before and after.
Indie horror film The Axeman of Henderson County comes for one night only to Athena Cinema Saturday night.
Will Ashton urges readers to turn their phones off in theaters.