• Guillermo del Toro Reveals Artwork for Criterion’s 10th Anniversary of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’
  • Family Classics Make Their Way to The New Beverly in July
  • New ‘NieR: Automata’ Boss Battle Gameplay is Stunning
  • The Criterion Collection Welcomes ‘Dekalog’, ‘Blood Simple’ and More in September 2016
Guillermo del Toro Reveals Artwork for Criterion’s 10th Anniversary of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’

Guillermo del Toro Reveals Artwork for Criterion’s 10th Anniversary of ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’

Guillermo del Toro isn’t new to the Criterion Collection, as both Cronos and The Devil’s Backbone have already been treated to Blu-ray treatments thanks to them. Earlier this month news came out that cast members have been working on interviews with Criterion in preparation for an upcoming release of del ...

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Family Classics Make Their Way to The New Beverly in July

Family Classics Make Their Way to The New Beverly in July

Earlier than usual, the New Beverly has announced their July schedule, and it features a wide variety of blockbusters and all-around classics for film fans during the summer season. The kiddee matinees in particular feature movies like The Sandlot, Grease and Wizard of Oz, just to name a few. a ...

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New ‘NieR: Automata’ Boss Battle Gameplay is Stunning

New ‘NieR: Automata’ Boss Battle Gameplay is Stunning

With E3 taking place right now, a lot of games are being shown off. At times it’s difficult to wade through what is most likely going to be a junk and find the things that truly look enjoyable. Last year at their E3 event, Square Enix showed off NieR: Automata, ...

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The Criterion Collection Welcomes ‘Dekalog’, ‘Blood Simple’ and More in September 2016

The Criterion Collection Welcomes ‘Dekalog’, ‘Blood Simple’ and More in September 2016

It’s easy to say that any month is a good month when it comes to the Criterion Collection. But let’s be honest when we say that some months are simply better than others. September is one of those months that’ll leave cinephiles salivating, as a number of new titles, as ...

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‘Girl Flu’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

‘Girl Flu’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

Coming-of-age stories are a dime a dozen in almost every medium. Indie films are littered with quirky dramedies that leave you never wanting to step foot in the doors of film festivals. At first glance one might have that same impression from Girl Flu, but what might come off as ...

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‘Paint it Black’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

‘Paint it Black’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

It’s always interesting to see actors try their hand at directing. Oftentimes you see it in the form of television actors directing series they’re currently starring in, but for those that primarily make their name in film, it’s especially interesting for those that have worked with directors that are highly ...

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‘The View from Tall’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

‘The View from Tall’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

Relationships between teachers and their students is nothing particularly new in the world, as stories involving those in high school have dominated headlines for years now. Said subject matter is presented here in The View from Tall, yet when it comes to being portrayed in film it doesn’t feel as ...

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‘Beyond the Gates’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

‘Beyond the Gates’ – Movie Review (LA Film Festival 2016)

More than any other genre, it seems like horror films can get away with being on the lower budget end of the spectrum. A lot of the time those filmmakers that have an affection toward the genre are oftentimes those that have the most ingenuity when it comes to gathering ...

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‘Homeland’ Season 6 Pushed Back to 2017

‘Homeland’ Season 6 Pushed Back to 2017

Though it’s been the norm to see it return during the back half of the year for nearly its entire run, it looks as if Showtime is pushing back season six of Homeland to 2017, Deadline reports. The news came in a conference call with Showtime Networks president and CEO ...

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Rare Concert Films and More Come to The New Beverly in June

Rare Concert Films and More Come to The New Beverly in June

It’s always a fun day when The New Beverly here in Los Angeles unveils their monthly calendar. Oftentimes they’ll have a “theme”, if you will, for many of the movies playing during said month, and June is no exception. Rare concert films will be screening every weekend, including movies such ...

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