KHOL film critic and GTMF General Manager Jeff Counts discusses his passion for both music and film and where he sees the film industry going next.
New drama makes admirable attempt to portray life on the Texas-Mexico border, yet falls short in its delivery.
Netflix’s recently released speculative military adventure is riddled with inconsistencies, awkward moments, and confusing plot points.
Jeff Counts discusses the intersection of screenplay and stage play in Regina King’s directorial debut.
Jeff Counts explores the darker side of righting wrongs in a new revenge fantasy from director Emerald Fennell.
Jeff Counts tackles Soul, News of the World, and WW84.
Ric Roman Waugh’s recent global disaster flick can be predictable and uninspiring at times, but it still provides a much-needed dose of escapism.
DreamWorks’ latest release features a prehistoric family and an all star cast, but the punchlines miss a beat.
Aaron Sorkin’s latest legal drama about the infamous trial after the 1968 DNC convention is worth revisiting from earlier this fall.