In a good-but-not-great year, G Clark cuts through the BS and highlights the films that are *really* worth your time and consideration—and some that aren’t.
Justin Jagoe’s 2016 in review: A summation of the best (and worst) of the past year’s cinema.
In a tumultuous and sobering year, Lena’s Top Ten films give voice to both the ecstatic highs and devastating lows the best cinema brings out in us.
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 […]
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
You’re busy. Your time is valuable. G Clark tells you which 2015 films are worth your consideration.
Justin recaps the 2015 movie year, which may be the best year for movies in a while.
Closing out another storied year of cinema, Lena Houst ranks her Top 20 films of 2015, from ‘Carol’ to Channing Tatum’s latest male stripper odyssey.
2015 brought the golden era of television to rich, fertile cinematic fruition. From ‘Mad Men’ to ‘Sense8’ to ‘Steven Universe’, here’s Lena’s Top Ten Shows!
Lena brings an end to her whirlwind year with her Top 20 favorite films, a rapturous mix of joys and sorrows.
Justin’s Top Ten Movies of 2014, along with his pics for the year’s worst, overrated and Underrated movies.
2014 saw some truly great TV shows. Here are the ones that Justin liked best.
Keira Knightly, Robert Pattinson, and a trio of Swedish punk girls rock out on our list of the Top 10 Movie Music Moments of 2014.
We’ve had our say of our favorite films of 2013. Now it’s time to vent our frustrations on the worst movies of the year! Let the carnage ensue!
One of our writers finishes up her dream Oscar ballot with her choices for the picture, performance and writing categories! See how it shook down!
One of our writers offers a peak into what her Oscar ballot would look like, starting with the diverse nominees in the craft categories.
Special Awards for the films that deserve them. What are yours?
In Part 3 of out 4-part series of 2013 Film Misery Awards, we give shout-outs to the best acting, writing and directing we saw at the movies.
In Part 2 of our Film Misery Awards, we honor the best in animation, nonfiction and ensemble acting.
Hilary gravitates toward documentaries, formal and conceptual innovation, blending of the real and surreal, and direct, immersive stories in her Top Ten Films of 2013.