Angelina Jolie’s vamping it up with a vengeance (and horns) in the trailer for Disney’s latest gothic fairy tale revisionism ‘Maleficent’.
‘Under the Skin’, ‘The Selfish Giant’, ‘Starred Up’ and many others were honored in the British Independent Film Awards nominations.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ romanced… oh, I mean shocks and stuns audiences with a huge $86.1 million opening, well beyond its predecessor.
‘Blue is the Warmest Color’, ‘In the House’, ‘Anna Karenina’ and ‘I’m So Excited!’ also receive prominent nods from European Film Academy.
From TV treasures to White House destruction, this week’s batch of DVD and Blu-Ray releases is an unexpectedly sumptuous one.
In a banner year for Studio Ghibli, a trailer for veteran animator Isao Takahata’s ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’ stuns in sublime simplicity.
Forty feature length documentaries are nominated along with six shorts.
At 4 hours long, At Berkeley is an extensive depiction of college, but a universally resonant and intricately constructed one.
Who’s ready for the 2014 festival blitz? Berlin has kicked off anticipation in choosing Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ to open their 2014 festival.
‘Ender’s Game’ battled boycott and botched marketing alike to conquer the weekend with $28 million.
November is looking much less exciting than October, but here are some titles that might be worth checking out.
Halloween is the perfect time for scary movies, but maybe not this morbidly depressing. Duncan explains why ‘Testament’ is the scariest movie ever made.
Reviews of top horror films (and major blind spots) ‘Rosemary’s Baby’, ‘The Exorcist’, ‘Carrie’, ‘The Shining’, and ‘Scream’ by a first-time viewer and scary movie abstainer.
Is it safe to assume that Martin Scorcese’s film will be a lock in many major categories?
These nominations highlight some of the best documentaries of 2013.
This week offers slim pickings when it comes to new DVD and blu-ray releases, but we found five that might be worth checking out.
Cast members from every X-Men iteration come together for the latest addition to the franchise.
If it’s not too late to heap further praise and analysis unto Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’, we delve into the film’s tricky balance of dance and spirit.
Marvel Phase 2 chugs along with the trailer for ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ changing up the formula in cold ways.
‘Upstream Color,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ and ‘Blue Caprice’ also receive multiple awards.