Eight films on a variety of subjects have been selected including films about a cave artist, a Holocaust survivor, and a neurologist turned spiritual rollerblader.
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This month might have the most exciting new releases all year with anticipated titles like 12 Years a Slave and Blue is the Warmest Color hitting theatres.
The emotional immaturity and unfocused vision of ‘Don Jon’ makes it hard to enjoy despite earnest performances.
A few mainstream and independent releases from earlier this year are now available along with a re-release of a classic. Also, ALL the Criterion films.
Will this be the animated film to redeem the tepid animated slate in 2013?
Brief reviews of two 2013 theatrical releases and one show from a couple years ago.
We still don’t know that much about the 2014 Oscar race, but thanks to the Telluride Film Festival, we know more than nothing.
Which films and performances will emerge from the festival circuit as Oscar frontrunners?
Releases this week include some television series, two Criterion releases, and the movie that won all the awards.
Film Misery has a new design, a new comment platform, and some new features. Find out all about them!
Another year goes by, another list goes up. This year features some major changes including a new number one!
Independent releases and documentaries rule July with nary an interesting blockbuster in sight.
Along with a free movie ticket, one lucky winner gets a signed poster and a copy of the book that inspired the movie.
Alex and Phil discuss the 9/11 allegory in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ and try to untangle ‘Upstream Color.’
The director of ‘Gettysburgn’ and ‘Gods and Generals’ returns to his favorite subject.
Television shows have a big presence on this week’s Blu-Ray column as do several film classics that get updates.
New characters and a lot of plot details are revealed.
For many movie buffs, Netflix has become a necessity. Here are three ways to make it even better.
Film Misery’s 5th Annual Summer Reading List for Movie Fans highlights ten books that have film adaptations coming out this Fall.
The filmmaker discusses filming in New York and the inevitable influence of Woody Allen.