I like Neill Blomkamp. I think he has a raw and exciting style that is unlike anything on the cinematic landscape today...
After an almost four month hiatus, Saturday Morning Cartoons are back! And what better way to do so than with a Star Wars anime influenced short?
You ever get the sneaking suspicion feeling that you’re being followed?
Things get serious on the planet of the apes.
Where there's succcess, there's contrived sequels.
Continuing our Apes retrospective, we delve beneath the Planet of the Apes...
Nick highlights a beautiful piece of animation from a not-too-well-known Disney artist.
Before you check out the Dawn, take a stroll with us down memory lane as we take a look back at the films so far, starting with the original.
Not sure what to watch this Independence Day? We've got you covered.
Was Deliver Us From Evil's unconventional music choice out of place or brilliant?
With Transformers: Age of Extinction coming up, Nick looks at Bay's previous films.
After a season with the series, how does it compare to the film?
How sound (or lack thereof) impacts films more than you may realize.
Take a break from Hollywood blockbusters to enjoy a great little indie thriller.
Why this Indy film might not be as bad as you remember.
The fine line between profound and pretentious.
How to make an older movie feel fresh.
In 1977, a masterpiece was overshadowed. In 2014, it was brought back into the light.
When does analyzing a film become over-thinking it?
The fine line between inspiration and lack of originality.
Ridley Scott's 2013 dramatic thriller The Counselor: creative departure from form or failed cinematic experiment?
Does JJ Abrams represent a problem with modern movie storytelling?
Why Robert Redford in a Captain America movie is more important than you realize.
Myth, history, and biblical context of Aronofsky's NOAH.
Studios clearly want to recapture the Christian audience. The question is...can they?
With NOAH around the corner, Nick ranks the films of Darren Aronosky
Using TRUE DETECTIVE to comment on fan theories and speculation in entertainment.
This week we take a look at Alex's ranking of Anderson's filmography.
Nick ranks Wes Anderson's filmography.
Why is it so hard for Hollywood to nail the video game adaptation?
Can the art of stop-motion be taken seriously in today's effects driven world?
Learn how to make candy from Mr. Wes Anderson's film THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL.
Is eight months too soon to start a revival movement for The Lone Ranger?
In 2006 a little action film opened up that you may have heard of. It was called 300. In 2014, they made a sequel.