The Best Performance of 2016 Is Already Here
Jia Zhangke explores the human condition in 'Mountains May Depart' with a masterful performance from Zhao Tao.
7 Scariest Rabbits in Movie History
In celebration of the Easter Holidays, here's a list of the scariest, most intimidating and blood-thirsty rabbits in movie history.
Our Favorite Directorial Left Turns
We look at 11 directors who made a sudden shift in their careers that paid off.
Kanye West, Terrence Malick, and the Price of Auteurism
Terrence Malick and Kanye West's visions get lost because they are too consumed in their own art, that's the problem with auteurism.
7 Guilty Pleasure Gerard Butler Movies
Gerard Butler is an intelligent man who has a reputation for appearing in terrible movies, and he's one of my guilty pleasures. Here's 7 of his best movies.
From Puffy Chairs to Throw Pillows: 5 Tips From Mark Duplass On Filmmaking
Mark Duplass talks about how to make a successful indie film and the stress that comes with making a studio film.
10 Folk Horror Films That Will Keep You up at Night
While the new indie horror film 'The Witch' scares audiences in theatres, here are 10 other great Folk Horror films to watch.
Oscar Travesties: 10 Great Films That Should Have Won Best Picture
Ten films that should have won an Oscar for Best Picture.
Our 5 Favorite Films of the 2016 Berlin Film Festival
Our 5 favorite films from the 2016 Berlin Film Festival, plus a honorable mention that just missed our list.
5 Essential Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger Movies
Five movies from the British filmmaking team Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger that we're classifying as essential viewing.
14 Worst Films to Watch on Valentine’s Day
14 films you want to avoid watching this Valentine’s Day.
Berlin 2016: 10 Most Anticipated Films
10 films we look forward to the most during the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.
Oscars 2016 Preview: Best Foreign Language Film
We preview the nominees for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2016 Academy Awards.
Fearless Arrogance: The Short Films of Gabriel Abrantes
We look at 13 short films either created or co-created by the young, uncompromising Gabriel Abrantes.
Revisiting Coen Brothers & Sam Raimi’s Flop ‘Crimewave’ 30 Years Later
30 years ago Crimewave made its disastrous bow at the box office. Has the past three decades been any kinder to Raimi's slapstick stinker featuring a script by the Coen Brothers?