Treats for cinephiles.
Here is my annual list of who will win, should win and should have been nominated at the 89th Oscars.
Our very own contributing writer Alex Barker has a new short film on the horizon, The Last Well. I asked Alex a few questions about his ambitious project.
Here is my annual list of who will win, should win and should have been nominated at the 88th Oscars.
It's that day of the year again, where Oscar nominees are announced and cinephiles all over the world take to the internet to express their jubilee and/or rage.
While I was pondering the best films of 2015 my mind took a detour into possible crossovers with existing properties (and their logos).
Thoughts on last night's Golden Globes: Hollywood's best worst night of the year.
Now, when one enters adulthood, he must take a good look at himself and figure if he’s right for the challenge of Manhood.
In loving memory of Wes Craven. I have included a mix of subgenres, countries and eras. We have selections from the last 100 years of cinema: from 1922 to 2015 baby!
It's a subgenre, movement and era that I am fascinated and bewildered by. It has a distinct and unparalleled place in film history.
There's always a reason to honor or celebrate an occasion with a Google Doodle and today's (Eiji Tsuburaya's 114th Birthday) may be my favorite yet.
His music worked inside the very DNA of the film; not to show off his own abilities, but furthering the stories that were being told.
Here is a round-up of sweet content from around the web to get you pumped and prepared for the first installment in the series since 2001's Jurassic Park III.
Unfortunately, no film exists in a vacuum and in most cases it’s their own marketing that is sucking the surprise from the final product.
Celebrate all the diverse ways in which characters meet their untimely ends in the movies.
Here's a collection of goodies from around the web to get you in the mood and up to speed for the 11th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This video essay takes a look at the hallway fight scenes from Oldboy and Daredevil, showing that they have just as much in common as they do different.
Check out these videos, articles, infographics and more before you see Furious 7!
Here's one more post to get you prepared for the Academy Awards featuring a handful of videos, articles and more!
Besides making the site cleaner and easier to navigate in every single way, I have a lot of exciting things planned for Cineflect in 2015.
When Guardians of the Galaxy came out this year it was almost as if we had a modern equivalent of Star Wars on our hands. The trailer for The Force Awakens has squashed that notion
If you have seen Interstellar, check out this batch of posts to aid in your post-viewing digestion.
Take a crash course on the fictional character who has more movie appearances than any other.
When I first saw Paprika (a clear influence on Inception) I was blown away by the fluidity of the transitions.
The effect is hilarious if you can get past the fact that a family-friendly animated movie is being set to an advertisement for a tale of kinky lust.
Despite the name, Comic-Con is a popular place for movie studios to throw scraps of raw meat at their ravenous fan bases.
Starting with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone back in 2001 and continuing through Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in 2011, it spanned nearly the same length of production time as Boyhood and was unarguably a bigger undertaking.
Unlike many mashups, neither piece of filmmaking comes away feeling like it was the butt of a joke. Instead, there is a honoring and appreciation of both.