Steve Head and John Black bring back The Post-Movie Podcast (and again)

Deirdre Crimmins joins the Film Thrills podcast to talk GHOSTBUSTERS, THE WITCH and Oscars

Kilian Melloy reviews THE HAWAIIANS and THE FALL

Joyce Kulhawik talks The Oscars and THREE SISTERS

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks TRIPLE 9, GODS OF EGYPT and BATMAN ’89

Monica Castillo covers The Miami Film Festival

Bob Chipman has published 7 new books of collected works

Jake Mulligan covers PIECES, Spike Lee’s MICHAEL JACKSON and DEMOCRATS

Kristofer Jenson talks MAGIC MIKE XXL

Andrew Crump has an Oscars post-script, reviews BROOKLYN NINE-NINE and the best of Criterion new releases.


Triple-9-Movie-01TRIPLE 9

“TRIPLE 9 manages to be both something that’s decent and something that leaves you wishing there was a little bit more to it at the same time.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“…a good, gritty B-movie with a solid A-list cast.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“…t’s all perfectly executed excess, almost like a tribute to B-movies like DEATH WISH.” – Sam Cohen, Under the Gun Review

“…a delightful surprise for its economical craftsmanship and an almost complete lack of pretense.” – Sean Burns, Spliced Personality


1026308-new-gods-egypt-trailer-showcases-stunning-vfx-workGODS OF EGYPT

“…for all its clichés and obvious borrowings… somehow manages to be more fun that you might imagine.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies



only-yesterday-14628-largeONLY YESTERDAY

“Those not expecting to find something filled with magic should be pleasantly surprised at the depth and love that goes into ONLY YESTERDAY.” – Max Covill, Impassioned Cinema

“ONLY YESTERDAY is slow, but it is impeccably measured. Its two-hour running time doesn’t tick by as much as it stands majestically still.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine

“Memories are key to Takahata’s narrative; there’s a sadness that informs many of Taeko’s childhood recollections, from her classmates’ mocking to the awkwardly believable way in which she deals with her first menstruation. ” – Brett Michel, The Improper Bostonian