We’re continuing the Most Dangerous Month with a Japanese cult classic that was effectively banned in the United States for over a decade. Based on the controversial 1999 novel by Koushun Takami, concerns over the film’s violent content and recent schoo
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We’re kicking off 2023 with a month dedicated to hunting the most dangerous game: man! And we’re beginning The Most Dangerous Month by reviewing the film that started it all, the 1932 adaptation of the O.Henry award-winning Richard Connell short story
Twenty Twenty-Two was a milestone year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It completed “Phase Four” with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, boasted the return of Sam Raimi to Marvel with Doctor Strange and Mulitverse of Madness, and saw one of its first
Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has been remade countless times, from Patrick Stewart to Bill Murray to the Muppets. The latest version, starring Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds, incorporates both a meta-take on the source material and musical numbers –
Here come the holidays, and if you’ve ever felt trapped in a house with insufferable relatives fighting like terrorists or dodging Grandma’s fruitcake like bullets, might relate to director John McTiernan’s 1988 action movie. Released in July, this
The second film of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy hit movie screens twenty years ago this month. While the first was a major hit for New Line Cinema the year before, the success of the second installment was no sure thing. Star Trek: Nemesis
Christopher Nolan has been playing with time in past films like Memento, Inception, and Interstellar and nuclear bombs in his future film Oppenheimer. For his 2020 film, Nolan plays with both big ideas in a story about a temporal cold war with protagonist
South Korean director Lee Chung-hyun adapted the 2011 English-language film The Caller into a 2020 Korean-language thriller starring two of his country’s biggest actresses. The film, written and directed by the then-thrity-year-old former advertising ag
Director Duncan Jones followed up his breakout hit Moon by developing a time-loop script from The Black List about a solider trying to prevent a terrorist attack. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright, the movie was