Christopher Nolan Tantalises In His Own Unique Way With “Dunkirk” Trailer

The announcement video for Christopher Nolan's new film Dunkirk is fittingly operatic, typical of the filmmaker's oeuvre...

A Rare Flop for Steven Spielberg, “1941” is a Farce in More Ways Than One

Released as part of the Steven Spielberg Director's Collection, 1941 marks a departure for the director into broad farce with disappointing results...

The Reel Review: Fury

Director David Ayer, who brought us the terrific police procedural thriller End of Watch, goes back to WWII for this story of a courageous American tank team behind enemy lines...

Interview: “A Midnight Clear” Writer-Director Keith Gordon

In Top 10 Films' two-part feature actor, writer and director Keith Gordon, whose recent television credits include House and Dexter, talks about his 1992 film A Midnight Clear.

Review: Valkyrie

It must be hard making a tension-filled thriller when the audience knows what’s going to happen in the end. That was the task given to the once wonder-child Bryan Singer (the guy that gave us the brilliant Usual Suspects), whose career has, in this reviewer’s eyes, tailed off...