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.

Latest Stories

  • For those of us who grew up watching the 1970s TV comedies All in the Family and Maude, Norman Lear is a near-god. Lear co-created and produced those culture-shaking shows, along with the landmark African-American comedies Good...

  • If your city’s power grid shuts down this summer, it may be a brownout, or it may be an act of cyber warfare — a straight-out-of-Hollywood scenario that suddenly seems scarily possible, thanks to Alex Gibney’s riveting...

  • 23 days ago | Film and TV

    If your city’s power grid shuts down this summer, it may be a brownout, or it may be an act of cyber-warfare — a straight-out-of-Hollywood scenario that suddenly seems scarily possible thanks to the labyrinthine story director Alex Gibney tells in...

  • You might think you know how this goes: A handsome prince kisses Sleeping Beauty (aka Briar Rose), she wakes from her long, curse-induced slumber and they live happily ever after. Not so, says writer-director Pearry Teo, whose uneven but potent...

  • 4 months ago | Film and TV

    Hardcore Henry screened as a midnight movie at last September’s Toronto Film Festival, and was so ecstatically received that a distributor bidding war ensued. Six months later, the film has hit theaters nationwide and fallen flat, thanks to intens...

  • 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....

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