The central role taken by women in some 2017’s best films made for a refreshing change that we hope is just the beginning. Continue reading The Films of 2017… and the Women That Made Them Work
FINALLY! After a long delay, I finally present my picks for the twenty best films of 2016. Continue reading The Best Films of 2016
They weren’t the worst films of the year. They’re not even all bad. But boy, did they ever fall short of expectations. Continue reading The Most Disappointing Films of 2016
Always late, but never disappointing, these were my favorite films of last year. Hey, better late than never, right (Don’t answer that.)? Continue reading At Last! Scott’s Best Films of 2014!
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani paint a beautiful picture in this homage to the giallo. But is there anything else to it? Continue reading THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS, or: Dying Pretty
THE CONGRESS spans decades, crossing various realities, all on a quest to define our humanity. Say hello to one of the most fascinating and frustrating films of 2014. Continue reading THE CONGRESS, or: Life Is What You Make It
These dozen films all went into the stars, just like Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR, and all of them touched upon some of the same themes. Continue reading 12 Films That Probably Inspired INTERSTELLAR
Week 2 of the best and worst in film advertising art brings us some high-profile debacles, a few gems and the oddity that is generic art featuring Dominic Purcell. There used to be some sense of pride and accomplishment when … Continue reading MASTERSTROKES AND PHOTOFAILS: The Best and Worst Release Art – Week 2
There used to be some sense of pride and accomplishment when it came to marketing your film. The poster or cover art used to be a key element that drew people in. In this age of digital downloads and mass … Continue reading MASTERSTROKES AND PHOTOFAILS: The Best and Worst Release Art – Week 1
Have you noticed that the people you used to depend on can’t be depended on anymore? I’m not talking about people who have made a few bad films, I’m talking about something much more serious. In this episode of Moviocrity, … Continue reading MOVIOCRITY: Episode 5 – Have These People Stopped Trying?