2012’s underrated, foreign, and provocative hits and Criterion treatments of well-aged classics top this week’s DVD/Blu-Ray releases!
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As the Oscar season heads into its final stretch, are spectators losing sight of how brave the Academy’s selections have been this year?
One of the sound categories becomes more clear and another becomes more confusing after the sound guilds chime in.
Of the supporting Actor and Actress races, one is all too easy to predict. The other one, however, is the year’s most unpredictable.
Indian ethereal and pulsating spy themes collide in the musical categories for this year’s Academy Awards.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts spread the love across their film award winners.
Will the Academy respond more to ‘Life of Pi’s visual spectacle or ‘Anna Karenina’s theatrical ambition in the production design race?
Will flash and flair prevail in the Oscars’ craft categories? Take a look at our predictions for the Costume Design and Makeup races.
The first Oscar category breakdown looks at the sound categories. Find out who we think will win Sound Editing and Sound Mixing.
Film Misery staffers share their picks for the worst movies of 2012!
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards brought with it messy emotional moments entirely appropriate to the Hollywood awards show!
We predict the Golden Globe Awards winners in advance of the awards telecast, complete with ‘Will Win/Should Win’ estimations.
With the Oscar nominations now in hindsight, we look at the films given special mention by the previously announced BAFTA nominations.
Alex’s Oscar predictions were surprisingly close to the actual nominations.
‘The Master’ and ‘Argo’ found themselves favored with the Online Film Critics Society, while ‘Cloud Atlas’ and ‘Skyfall’ got special mentions.
Alex and Phil also offer quick thoughts on ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Holy Motors.’
‘Skyfall’, ‘Cloud Atlas’, and ‘The Impossible’ made the Art Directors Guild nominations, but ‘The Master’ was surprisingly left in the cold.
Find out which films made it, which films missed, and what it means.
Alex is joined by Duncan Houst to predict the Oscars along with an interview from earlier this year.