9 Little Known Movies That Will Rock Your Masculine World

Author Jay Cradeur shares his most influential masculine movies that you probably have not seen. Each of these hidden gems grossed less than $30 Million.

HitchHiker’s Guide To The Galaxy Will Take You For A Good Ride

Rich Monetti reviews the 2005 film “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, and proclaims that it’s well worth the watch.

Local Filmmaker Brings a Taste of Arthur Avenue In His Film

Dante Liberatore brings a different light to Italian families in his new film.

Marlon Brando’s Best Film? You’ve Never Heard Of It

It’s not “The Godfather”. “Burn” is Brando’s best film, and Jesse Kornbluth tells us why.

Oliver Stone Discusses “Nixon” And “JFK” At The Jacob Burns Film Center

Oliver Stone took to discussing his recent film, and how it shouldn’t be misinterpreted based on his intentions. Rich Monetti reviews, and weighs in here.

Pizza Hut Just Reinvented Movie Night

You order a pizza, and a movie projector comes with it. Can you top that?

The Teenagers of Today Create the Narratives of Tomorrow

Look at the types of creative projects the youth of the world are making today. They will transform the way you think about teenagers. They will transform the way you think about art, and social justice, and gender and news and politics and the world.

My Brush with a Legend: Anita Ekberg

Merv Kaufman, with a prudent peek into curious corners of an extraordinary lady’s life.

The Castrating Power Of The Femme Fatale: Ex Machina

Ex Machina presents a vision of woman as free and empowered, and most of all, unreal.

How Mad Max Wrote the Script for the Action Blockbuster

George Miller’s Mad Max films have aged remarkably well – perhaps because they have had such a profound influence on the films that followed them.

Why Doesn’t Childhood Autism Exist Among the Amish?

The striking documentary ‘Trace Amounts’ investigates the correlation between autism and environmental mercury.

Watching Apocalypse Now

Michael Frizell writes of Vietnam and the father who was there.

Two Thumbs Up for ‘Life Itself’

James Halcomb reviews the film about one of the most legendary film critics of all time.