Dog Day Afternoon was a masterpiece of 70s cinema. Could it be remade today?
War is coming. Are you ready? We count down the best of the beasts, ranking all films in Flickchart’s Planet of the Apes franchise.
July is well underway, but it’s not too late to tune in for TCM’s tribute to Hitchcock and many other famous and obscure classics to help round out your Flickchart!
The Stephen King Book to Screen Blog Series roars back with two automotive horror adaptations!
100 years ago Hollywood came into its own, and Flickchart’s Top Ten shows the height of Chaplin shorts, the beginnings of Keaton and Fairbanks, and more!
The most fun you’ll have at the movies this year, Baby Driver is an original kind of cool that reminds us why Edgar Wright is always worth the wait.
You know you’re a hero and that the world is not dull as it seems. So do these ten films.
The rarer the film, the more precious a single screening can be. Blogger Grant Douglas Bromley writes about a nearly lost cinematic treasure that’s been shown just once in the last 50 years.
“There are fierce powers at work in the world, boys. Good, evil, poor luck, best luck. As men, we’ve got to take advantage where we can.”
Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) is a film with a reputation befitting a place like Las Vegas, yet beyond the glitz and glam is a film with substance and craftsmanship of the highest quality.