Paul Thomas Anderson may have just six feature-length films to date, but is one of the most creative voices in directing today.
“Thor: The Dark World” was a significant improvement over Kenneth Branagh’s initial installment.
The film takes William Faulkner’s famous advice to a darker level without disappointing
Using a very unique style borrowed in part from French filmmakers, Wes Anderson makes going to the movies an experience like no other
The arrival of Thanksgiving also marks the beginning of the holiday movie rush.
Nerds rejoiced when Joel and his buddies from MST3K showed up for their latest and final tour of the movie bashing bonanza Cinematic Titanic.
“12 Years a Slave” offers a timeless history of one of the darkest chapters in American history.
Collegian podcasters Nick Derian and Marissa Zaritsky discuss “God Loves Uganda” and the issues raised by the film.
“Ender’s Game” fails to successfully make the jump from page to screen.
A remake of Brian De Palma’s original adaptation and Stephen King’s debut novel, “Carrie,” starring Chloë Grace Moretz, delivers on its own terms.
Instead of sitting bored in your living room with friends while the little boy from “Insidious” scares no one, turn to these other movies for a terrifyingly good time.
“Let the Right One In” is not your common scary horror film, but it doesn’t try to be.
Stanley Kubrick produced a masterwork of suspense, escalation and visceral horror in his adaptation of Stephen King’s third novel.
Joel Hodgson and the original cast of MST3K will perform their cult-classic movie riffing in front of a live audience at the Calvin Theater this Saturday, instead of in space in The Satellite of Love.
Despite having a stellar duo as stars, the in-your-face metaphors stop ‘Gravity’from being a masterpiece
Jackman and Gyllenhaal parallel each other in the gripping drama that keeps audience captivated with feelings of foreboding and despair.
In this week’s film podcast installment, Collegian podcasters Nick Derian and Marissa Zaritsky review the film “The Patience Stone.”
One of James Gandolfini’s films is a movie rich in his classic style and one not to be missed
“Rush” takes its viewers through a visceral experience in the high-saturation of 1970’s cinema.
Despite an exciting premise, the plot leaves audiences confused.