Film Critique Archive

David Fincher and Martin Scorsese on why Hitchcock was more than the Master of Suspense

Director David Fincher was 7 when he saw the film book “Hitchcock/Truffaut” on his

Helen Hunt Is in the Driver’s Seat: On ‘Ride,’ Sexism, and Ageist Hollywood

The Oscar-winning actress and Mad About You star dishes on her sophomore directorial effort,

‘Pitch Perfect 2’ and the Rise of Hollywood’s Casual Racism

There’s a lot to like about Pitch Perfect 2. So why does it muddy

BURDEN OF DREAMS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

WAR ROOM

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

LOUIE BLUIE

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

F-FOR-FAKE

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

FISHING WITH JOHN

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

LIMELIGHT

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

CHAFED ELBOWS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

HAXAN

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

SCANNERS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

FIRST MAN IN SPACE

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

The Short Films of David Lynch

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

DAY OF WRATH (1943)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

TIME WITHOUT PITY (1957)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

STRANGE ILLUSION (1945)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

WOMAN (1948)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

Show Us Your Boobs! “Online Comment Corrector Infomercial” WMM Sketch #21

Are you a hot girl who’s tired of getting trolled online? Then OCC (Online

Watch: Wim Wenders’ ‘Room 666,’ Featuring Spielberg, Godard, Fassbinder, Herzog, Antonioni & More

Thirty-one years ago today, Rainer Werner Fassbinder died from a cocaine-induced heart attack in his Munich apartment, leaving behind a

Godard Excuses Himself from Cannes with “Letter in Motion” to Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux

More than half a century since Breathless, Godard still enjoys his fair share of devotees despite a descent

Top 10’s on Criterion Collection

Everybody needs a little inspiration. Ever wonder who inspired your inspirations? From Wes Anderson to

DCC042 – We Make Movies (feat. Sam Mestman)

Have you ever tried to get your movie made? You aren’t alone. Sam Mestman

8 Films That Forever Changed Sex As We Know It (NSFW)

Back in the 1950s, it was unusual to see two married adults sleep in

REEL WOMEN: OUR FAVORITE FEMALE-DRIVEN FILMS AND PERFORMANCES OF 2013

It’s that time of the year: time for top 10 lists, time to start

Jason Reitman’s ‘Labor Day’ is 2013′s Most Fascinating Film Failure

Jason Reitman has had a pretty easy go of it so far. The progeny