Arthouse Rejects: The FP
Posted January 16th, 2018 -
In 2012, The Trost Brothers with a budget under $50,000 made a post-apocalyptic parody where turf wars are fought through a Dance Dance Revolution knockoff. While the film was panned by critics, it developed ...
Arthouse Selects 217
Posted January 6th, 2018 -
Another year has come and gone and the Arthouse Legends gang is looking back at the year in movies discussed and give some arbitrary awards to some deserving (and undeserving) films.
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Top Five Worst Films of 2017
Posted December 31st, 2017 -
As Arthouse Legends winds down 2017, MovieDude Eric contemplates the worst five films plus the most overrated and best worst films of the year.
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Posted December 28th, 2017 -
In 2017, comedian Jordan Peele worked with indie producer Jason Blum to release his suspense horror film Get Out about a young African American man who taken to meet his white girlfriend’s parents ...
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale
Posted December 24th, 2017 -
In 2010, Finnish filmmaker Jalmari Helander took his short film about hunters trapping savage elves and turned into a holiday horror-comedy titled Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale about a young boy who ...
The Empire Strikes Back
Posted December 23rd, 2017 -
In 1980, Star Wars director George Lucas continued his epic space opera along with the help of his mentor and fellow director Irvin Kershner. Titled The Empire Strikes Back, the film continues the story ...
Posted December 22nd, 2017 -
In 2006, writer/director Rian Johnson filmed his first feature film Brick, an ambitious mix of noir storytelling in a modern day high school setting starring former child actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt as ...
The Big Sick
Posted December 20th, 2017 -
Actor/comedian Kumail Nanjiani along with his wife Emily V. Gordon formulated a screenplay based loosely on their relationship which was made into a film called The Big Sick. Nanjiani stars as himself ...