Hitman versus artist. Sci-fi versus crime caper. Emily Blunt versus giant bugs. It’s a Flickchart-style recap of SXSW!
After a long wait, The Strangers return, but this time in retro 80s fashion!
John Krasinski’s horror opens a festival that also includes new Wes Anderson, a Robert Pattinson western, an A24 release, and more!
The Emoji Movie serves a valuable purpose: further proof of the superiority of Pixar Animation Studios.
Join us as we head back to 1938, a prime year for screwball comedy, poetic realism, and Technicolor adventure!
On this episode, we’re adding Christopher Nolan’s Best Picture Nominated film, Dunkirk, to our chart.
Two intelligent young women leave college with a particular set of ideas about the world, only to have the world laugh in their faces. Being in your twenties sucks.
“More than just a stylish genre exercise, Annihilation is a film of ideas.”
Alex Ross Perry’s latest film deals with desire, one of cinema’s most timeless subjects.
Two movies from the global Top 1000 about controversial love affairs.