A cherished tradition in film critics circles by now, we rank all of David Ehrlich’s End of Year Video Countdowns from Worst to Best.
The thing that I await and adore obsessively every year is here once again, a time-honored tradition that I can rely on every year to lift my spirits. Yes, it’s David Ehrlich’s annual Top 25 countdown video, a reliably surprising and disarming time capsule of yet another year in film. You may not have known […]
With New York Film Festival 2015 upon us, Lena previews the best the festival has to offer, with live updates as the festival continues.
Year-old festival standouts ‘Breathe’, ‘The Keeping Room’, ‘Blind’, ‘Goodnight Mommy’ and plenty more make our Top 15 films of to see in September.
Carey Mulligan stands strong in the trailer for womens’ suffrage drama ‘Suffragette’.
Pure mainstream entertainment may be slim this month, but there’s no shortage of off-beat genre enjoyment in theaters. Our rundown of March’s highlights.
Our first look at Pixar’s next film, ‘Inside Out’, has us worried. Addressing a potential gender plot-hole just waiting to emerge.
July at the movies, we bid adieu to cinema legends Philip Seymour Hoffman & Roger Ebert, live a childhood with ‘Boyhood’ & relish seniority with ‘Land Ho’!
Peel your eyes, because May is upon us, and with it a flood of exciting films. ‘Godzilla’, ‘The Immigrant’, ‘X-Men’ & more make our top films of the month!
High profile releases are toned down in April, but we still have 10 films that demand your attention, with double helpings of Scarlett Johansson!
After setting critics ablaze at Venice last year, the trailer for Kelly Reichardt’s ‘Night Moves’ promising an enticing, pulsating eco-thriller.
Awards season and Oscars now behind us, we look at the appetizing lineup of March releases, from ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ to ‘Nymphomaniac’!
Just getting off its premiere at Berlin Film Festival, the trailer for ‘The Two Faces of January’ promises an exciting thriller vehicle for Oscar Isaac.
We’re already a week in, but we have the rundown of the ten films you simply must see this February, from ‘The Wind Rises’ to ‘The Lego Movie’!
The full trailer for Lars von Trier’s ‘Nymphomaniac’ has been tailor made to shock and addict audiences to its sex-crazed madness.
The trailer for David Ayers’ shoot-em-up DEA thriller ‘Sabotage’ looks exactly like what it is, yet excites us on the allure of its director & cast.
Can Darren Aronofsky manage his distinct vision with a blockbuster budget? The first trailer for ‘Noah’ gives us a hint.
Angelina Jolie’s vamping it up with a vengeance (and horns) in the trailer for Disney’s latest gothic fairy tale revisionism ‘Maleficent’.
In a banner year for Studio Ghibli, a trailer for veteran animator Isao Takahata’s ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’ stuns in sublime simplicity.
November is looking much less exciting than October, but here are some titles that might be worth checking out.