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17 Oct

Exclusive Restoration Trailer: Joan Micklin Silver’s ‘A Fish in the Bathtub’ Starring Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara & Mark Ruffalo

New York City’s Quad Cinema has done a great service in spotlighting the oft-overlooked films of Joan Micklin Silver, screening Hester Street, Crossing Delancey, and Old Enough in various series since they’ve relaunched. With Cohen Film Collection,

17 Oct

Lav Diaz on the Desire for Epic Runtimes, Not Voting for the Oscars, and the Problem with Big Film Festivals

Known for his epic–and epically long–films that examine the woeful past and troubled present of the Philippines, Lav Diaz has established an unmistakable name for himself and become a staple at A-list film festivals worldwide

17 Oct

‘Beanpole’ Director Kantemir Balagov on Female Loss, Russian History, and the Title’s Deeper Meaning

Photo by Richard Jopson Having hailed from Alexander Sokurov’s directing school, Russian auteur Kantemir Balagov made a name for himself on the international film stage with his 2017 debut feature Closeness, which screened as part of

16 Oct

The 10 Greatest Horror Movie Needle Drops

This article is part of our ongoing series, 31 Days of Horror Lists. What makes the guts and gore of a good horror film entertaining, whereas a similar story, read on, say, Wikipedia, would just be

16 Oct The Walk – Movie Review

The Walk – Movie Review

Please visit for a FREE 30-day trial! FACEBOOK: TWITTER: OFFICIAL SITE: Chris Stuckmann reviews The Walk, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon, James Badge Dale. Directed by Robert Zemeckis.

16 Oct Gemini Man Angry Movie Review

Gemini Man Angry Movie Review

NEW Foil AJSA Shirt! ► Director Ang Lee & one of the Game of Thrones Writers show us what it would be like if 90’s Will Smith tried going after today’s Will Smith in

16 Oct Film Theory: Shrek’s Donkey was SECRETLY a Human! (Shrek Movie)

Film Theory: Shrek’s Donkey was SECRETLY a Human! (Shrek Movie)

Get yourself some NEW Theory Wear!! ► Have you thought about Shrek lately? Well, I have. Specifically, I’ve been thinking about the mystery that is Donkey. What do we know about him and where

16 Oct Seven Samurai – Movie Review

Seven Samurai – Movie Review

FACEBOOK: TWITTER: OFFICIAL SITE: Chris Stuckmann reviews Seven Samurai, starring Toshirô Mifune, Takashi Shimura, Keiko Tsushima, Daisuke Katô, Isao Kimura, Minoru Chiaki, Seiji Miyaguchi. Directed by Akira Kurosawa.

16 Oct El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie | Behind the Scenes | Netflix

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie | Behind the Scenes | Netflix

Aaron Paul, Vince Gilligan, and others take you behind the scenes and share their excitement for the opportunity to tell the next chapter of Jesse’s story, and how the reunion with cast and crew felt

16 Oct Kathy Griffin’s A Hell Of a Story Film

Kathy Griffin’s A Hell Of a Story Film

Comedian, Kathy Griffin weighs in on life after the infamous Trump head controversy, being friends with Kris Jenner, and her new film, “ Kathy Griffin: A hell of a Story.” _ #WendyWilliams Follow Wendy See

16 Oct

East Coast Horror Fans Rejoice! Film Fest Fun Is Hitting Toronto and Brooklyn This Week

You can’t go a month out of the year without a film festival somewhere, and that’s a glorious thing. Two of our favorites on the East coast open their doors on October 17th and run

16 Oct

Robert Eggers Sets Cast for Viking Drama ‘The Northman,’ Including Nicole Kidman, a Pair of Skarsgårds & More

With his black-and-white, surreal second feature The Lighthouse making its way to theaters starting this week, Robert Eggers is already looking ahead. He’s now set up his third feature, and it won’t be his long-gestating

16 Oct

Superhero Bits: More ‘The Suicide Squad’ Set Photos, ‘Ms. Marvel’ Rumored to Be Casting ‘Inhumans’ & More

What the hell happened at the end of the Arrow season premiere? Does Vincent D’Onofrio have a role in The Batman? Is the Ms. Marvel series on Disney+ looking to cast some Inhumans? Want a

16 Oct

BIFF Review: ‘Foosballers’ Shows the Sport Isn’t Merely a Recreational Bar Game

BIFF 2019 ReviewIndependent; 95 minutes Director: Joe Heslinga Written by Jared Mobarak on October 16, 2019  Sports documentaries are generally allowed to make some assumptions. Talk about baseball, football, basketball, hockey, or soccer can gloss

16 Oct

A $75 Yearly ‘Harry Potter’ Subscription Service Will Be Available to Fans Willing to Take the Lot

Harry Potter fans are going to wish they had a secret Gringotts vault filled with treasure left to them, unbeknownst, for decades. Because it’s about to get very expensive to prove you’re a Potterhead. A

16 Oct

Watch ‘Gemini Man,’ Then Watch These Movies

If you can see Ang Lee‘s Gemini Man in 120 fps 3D, do so. Even if it’s just to have the experience and then never want to have that experience again. It’s not necessarily a

16 Oct

‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Review: Kevin Smith Gets Introspective

Theatrical ReviewSaban Films; 95 minutes Director: Kevin Smith Written by Jared Mobarak on October 16, 2019  A lot happens in eighteen years. Look at Kevin Smith. While his daughter was born two years prior to

16 Oct

Martin Scorsese Explains Why You’ll Never See a “Director’s Cut” of One of His Films

Martin Scorsese‘s movies are typically long – his latest, The Irishman, clocks in at 209 minutes. But some people (like me!) wouldn’t mind seeing even longer cuts of Scorsese’s films. Director’s cuts, if you will. But according to

16 Oct

Things Get Twisted In Our Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week Who Killed Cock Robin What is it? A journalist’s search for the truth has untended consequences. Why see it? Dense, convoluted thrillers that pack a punch are wholly and completely my

16 Oct

‘Peaky Blinders’ Season 5 Arrives with Great Style, Hit-or-Miss Substance

After two long years, the Peaky f**king Blinders are back. This is the part where I wish I could continue with a cliche “and better than ever,” but sadly that’s not quite true. Don’t get