Reviews Archive

Gotta Watch: Donald Sutherland in 70’s Western Dan Candy’s Law

by Christophe Silvey With the passing of Canadian Godfather Vito Rizzuto and the snow storm rolling into the Northeast, it's a good time to bunker down and watch the wild Canadian West

Gotta Watch: The swinging sixties Moroccan spy caper Maroc 7

by Christophe Silvey A modeling agency serves as front for international jewel thieves in this over the top rival to Casino Royale

One day in a simulated orgy directed by Martin Scorsese

by TV Mix Staff Model and actress Maria Di Angelis dishes on filming a racy scene with Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and P.J. Byrne in The Wolf of Wall Street

7,000 RPMs: Medical Horror pic ‘Beyond Remedy’ prescribes scares, gore and Rick Yune of Fast and Furious

by Randall P. Manville Our sickest columnist reviews a movie that asks is it good for doctors to be afraid? And, will the Saw franchise remake this?

Gotta Watch: Frank Capra’s That Certain Thing

by Christophe Silvey America's answer to Charles Dickens made this silent, populist film which is perfect for the holidays

Gotta Watch: Wolf of Wall Street Edition

by Christophe Silvey Wall Street Cowboy (1939) anticipates the excess and avarice of the new Leonardo di Caprio movie

Nevermind iTunes, here’s a real Christmas gift for Beatles fans

by Christophe Silvey Strange Fruit: The Beatles' Apple Records pulls back the veil of mystery on the Fab Four's legendary studio. And it's streaming free here

Gotta Watch — Inside Llewyn Davis edition: Wild Guitar is a West Coast flip side to the Coen Brother’s Oscar bid

by Christophe Silvey Featuring Russ Meyer-like visuals and its own T-Bone Burnett worthy folk rock soundtrack, this 1964 movie is the perfect companion piece for the Bros' new film

7,000 RPMs: Our new “Aktion” film columnist kicks off weekly series with Elysium

by Randall P. Manville Have You Heard the One About the Hooker Who Plays Go Fish?

Gotta Watch: The Rebel Set (Video)

by Christophe Silvey This proto-beatnik caper film unspools like a mash up between Ronnie Biggs, the real Great Train Robber, and the Coen Brothers' new film Inside Llewellyn Davis.
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