Tim Roth’s Unforgettable “The War Zone” Redefines The Term Friendly Fire

The War Zone is a troubling, unforgettable drama about domestic abuse within a seemingly typical family...

Interview: “Dead Awake” Producer Galen Walker Talks About “Media Toaster’s” Game-Changing Post Production Techniques

Galen Walker, who saw his latest film draw on the specialist skills of post-production facility Media Toaster, talks about its game-changing production techniques...

“Ghostbusters”: Where Did It All Go Wrong For Feig, McCarthy & Co?

Ghostbusters is writer-director Paul Feig's ill-fated attempt to reboot the 1980s comedy-horror franchise with an all-female ghost-hunting troupe...

“Don’t Knock Twice” Is Prime Contemporary Horror With Classic Roots

Don't Knock Twice's strengths lie in an ability to conjure a genuinely unnerving malevolence courtesy of its terrifying villain...

Ben Parker’s “The Chamber” Is A Technical Accomplishment

Ben Parker's taut, tense feature film debut showcases the writer-director's skill with the camera...

Top 10 Times The Oscars Picked The Right Best Picture

Oscar greats that reveal Best Picture winners which deserve to be crowned winner of the industry's highest accolade...

Criterion To Add “12 Angry Men” To Its Blu-ray Collection In May

The Blu-ray includes a new interview with screenwriter Walter Bernstein who talks about director Sidney Lumet...

De Palma’s “Raising Cain” Is A Curiously Twisted Treat

Raising Cain isn't one of Brian De Palma's best films but boasts moments of absurd brilliance indicative of one of Hollywood's great stylists...