The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that Woody Allen‘s upcoming Wonder Wheel will close the 55th New York Film Festival, taking place from September 28 –
In honor of national gnarly day this Friday, Ryan hits the beach and takes a look at Surf II from 1984.
A messy, but comprehensive look at the East Bay punk scene.
A film permanently stuck its own Kickstarter promotional video.
Albert Brooks' LOST IN AMERICA is now out on Criterion Blu-ray. Let's take a look.
The galas and special presentations sections of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival have been announced, and it should come to no surprise that this is an absolut
PERSON TO PERSON is a vignetted comedy full of tenderness & honesty.
The Vestron Collector's Series is back with THE WARLOCK COLLECTION 2-Disc Blu-ray.
GIRLS TRIP manages to succeed due to its performances despite its material.
Hey, we have an exclusive clip here to show you for the upcoming Australian Western film The Legend of Ben Hall, set to release on DVD and VOD platforms August 1st.
Adam and Kevin strap in for a review of Christopher Nolan's latest epic, Dunkirk, and talk about some other stuff including No Way To Live, Heli, Kuso, Killing Ground, and Landline
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Matthew Wade and his upcoming film A Black Rift Begins To Yawn.
VALERIAN is a beautiful mess, unrepentantly overstuffed from scene to scene, frame to frame.
KILLING GROUND bathes in familiarity, but manages to overcome its lack of substance by delivering a tough as nails thriller
Theodore Collatos’s latest short is one that is positioned as an origin, of sorts, for his upcoming feature-length film, Tormenting the Hen (which I covered here); an influential s
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