What Killed Michael Brown? is the kind of documentary our media once had the guts to produce.
As drama, the film loses something by dehumanizing Kathy Scruggs in much the way the mainstream media dehumanizes people like Richard Jewell.
While there are elements of New England sea folklore in The Lighthouse, there is also classic mythology.
Young Americans’ submission to the blob-like takeover of everything by digital devices has produced a paradox: the millennials are fear-filled zombies.
At what point will the Left have gone too far?
Song and dance from the era of the industrial musical.
“Freedom per se does not in the least solve all the problems of human life and even adds a number of new ones": Solzhenitsyn reminds us of what matters.
A bizarre form of 1980s nostalgia has crept into our culture, and Ready Player One is the latest installment.
With its focus on reconciliation and toleration, Black Panther offers a surprising defense of classical liberalism.
12 Strong depicts the American soldier as not only brave but highly intelligent, as well as empathetic and engaged in a just battle.
Degradation of the craft of journalism in favor of punditry is why novels like The Cuban Affair and Use of Force come across as a more solid source of information.
Mark Judge is a journalist and filmmaker whose writings have appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Daily Caller.