“The Blue Gardenia” is not a film noir. Neither is “Key Largo,” “Gun Crazy,” or “The Naked City.” Blogger Doug van Hollen spoils for a fight in this Film Spotlight essay!
Category: Film Spotlight
Thirty years later, there’s still plenty to gain from watching Spike Lee’s first film.
This week deep in the heart of Texas, the annual Austin Film Festival begins. Flickchart has boots on the ground to cover all eight days of movies and panels.
Did we really need Terminator 3?
If Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the “better” film, and John Wick is your “favorite” film, which do you choose?
It’s Groundhog Day… again. And again. And again. And again.
There’s a long winding road that brought us to the upcoming all-female “Ghostbusters”. Read about the history of the trials and tribulations of bringing “Ghostbusters III” to fruition.
Alfred Hitchcock‘s earliest surviving film (as Assistant Director, still working his way up to director) has only been ranked by one person on Flickchart. That person is me, because I happened to live in...
In addition to being co-host of Flick Fights, Travis Betz is also an indie filmmaker and director. We’d like to showcase the brand new trailer for his upcoming “horror musical” entitled, The Dead Inside. “Wes...
One of our longtime users, Abe Moran (“waveofmutilation” on Flickchart), asked us to take a look at a new venture he’s undertaking as associate producer on an independent feature film called “So Falls The...