15 Films to See in December

It’s the final month of the year and there’s no shortage of cinematic gifts. From long-awaited features from some of our favorite directors to genre-tinged delights to massive blockbusters, December ...

New to Streaming: ‘High Life,’ ‘In the Tall Grass,’ ‘Diego Maradona,’ ‘Toy Story 4,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options—not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves–each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit platforms. Check ...

First Trailer for ‘The Day Shall Come,’ from ‘Four Lions’ Director Chris Morris

At the start of this decade, Chris Morris released his controversial terrorist dark comedy Four Lions, resulting in a high mark for satire that would follow in the 2010s, while also providing a ...

Riley Stearns on ‘The Art of Self-Defense,’ Yorgos Lanthimos, and Small Business Realities

With only two films notched in his belt, Riley Stearns has proven to be one of the more distinctive voices in American independent filmmaking. Delivering both laughs and shocks with a considered ...

‘For Sama’ Trailer: A Searing Portrait of Syria Through a Young Woman’s Eyes

Following its world premiere at SXSW (where it won the top documentary prize), For Sama is an official selection at this year’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival, and it’ll arrive in theaters this ...

‘Relaxer’ Trailer: Y2K is Approaching in Joel Potrykus’ Unsettling, Riveting New Film

“All I’ve ever dreamed about is living on a couch, playing video games with no one bugging me. Relaxer is the nightmare version of my fantasy,” so says Joel Potrykus when it comes to his latest ...

Aretha Franklin Sings to the Heavens in First Trailer for ‘Amazing Grace’

Nearly 50 years after it was filmed, the recording of what would be the most successful gospel album of all time has now seen the light of day. After touring festivals since last fall, Aretha ...

Gugu Mbatha-Raw is a Superhuman in the First Trailer for ‘Fast Color’

As superhero films dominate the Hollywood tentpole marketplace, smaller productions are finding more interesting ways to expand the storytelling boundaries of such tales. This year, Julia Hart follows ...

15 Films to See in October

After hearing about a handful of festival titles for at least the past month (and perhaps beyond), a number of much-acclaimed films arrive in October alongside a few essential documentaries, and more. ...

U.S. Trailer for ‘The Guilty’ Previews a Great Entry into the One-Location Thriller Genre

Following its initial premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, The Guilty now has its first U.S. trailer and a release date slated for later this fall. The film went on to win ...

First Trailer for Andrew Bujalski’s ‘Support the Girls’ Introduces a Summer Must-See

From his early so-called mumblecore days to his higher-profile features like Results, there’s been flashes of brilliance in all of Andrew Bujalski’s work, and now he’s created his best feature yet ...

Head to the Beach in Exclusive Clip from Sundance Winner ‘Dina’

As a “bomb cyclone” touches down on the east coast, we can think of no better respite from the cold than taking a trip to the beach, courtesy of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary Dina. ...

Suburban Boredom Turns Harrowing in First Trailer for ‘Super Dark Times’

Growing up in suburbia can be painfully dull, and sometimes the battle against that boredom can turn nasty. In Kevin Phillips Super Dark Times, a group of teens in the suburbs during the 1990s dealing ...

15 Films to See in August

The end of the summer movie season is upon us, which normally means a dry spell for studio releases, and while that indeed looks to be the case, this is one of the best months of the year if one digs ...

Orson Welles Fools a Community in Trailer for ‘Brave New Jersey’

The first trailer has landed for Brave New Jersey, the cheekily-titled comedy that finds Arrested Development and Veep star Tony Hale as Clark Hill, one of many who experienced the now-legendary day ...

The Film Stage Show Ep. 225 – Sundance Film Festival 2017 Wrap-Up

Welcome, one and all, to the newest episode of The Film Stage Show! This week, in a special episode, I am joined by Jordan Raup, Dan Mecca, and John Fink, who just returned from Park City, to discuss ...

Toddler Best Friends Struggle with Same Deadly Disease as Parents Search for a Cure: ‘We’ll Never Give Up’

Toddler Best Friends Struggle with Same Deadly Disease as Parents Search for a Cure: ‘We’ll Never Give Up’ When Molly Duffy and Robbie Edwards, both 3, met in person for the first time at Boston Children’s Hospital in November, it was like they’d been best friends forever. The tiny tots, who both have ...

Johnny Depp Has a New Case In First Trailer For Kevin Smith’s ‘Yoga Hosers’

Somewhat going full circle after breaking out with Clerks, for his last few features Kevin Smith has returned to his small-scale roots, crafting personal films — whether you like them or not — ...

The Film Stage Show Ep. 174 – 2016 Sundance Film Festival Wrap-Up

Welcome, one and all, to the newest episode of The Film Stage Show! This week, we wrap up our experience at 2016 Sundance Film Festival through the eyes of Jordan Raup, Dan Mecca, John Fink, and Dan ...

Iron Man Mark VII Lego Armor

Mike McCooey is back with another great superhero Lego design. Earlier we shared his poseable figure for The Amazing Spider-Man. and now we have his Iron Man Mark VII Armor figure. Here is the ...

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