Rob Hunter

Rob Hunter has been writing for Film School Rejects since before you were born, which is weird seeing as he's so damn young. He's our Chief Film Critic and Associate Editor and lists 'Broadcast News' as his favorite film of all time. Feel free to say hi if you see him on Twitter @FakeRobHunter.

TV Review: Californication 2.4 – The Raw & the Cooked

By Rob Hunter 

Hank and Karen throw a dinner party for a few close friends — and as expected, it doesn’t resemble anything close to smooth, quiet evening.

TV Review: Entourage 5.7 – Gotta Look Up To Get Down

By Rob Hunter 

Vince gets a gig doing a photo shoot with a model, but trouble arises when sparks fly between the two. Elsewhere, Ari tries to work some business while attending a funeral for a dead studio head and is surprised when he’s offered the dead man’s job.

31 Days of Horror: Cemetery Man

By Rob Hunter 

Love usually gets in the way of constantly killing zombies brought back to life by the cemetery you own. At least, it does in our world.

Muppet Noir and The Happytime Murders

By Rob Hunter 

Would you see a movie where Miss Piggy is murdered, turned into bacon, and force fed to Kermit the Frog? Of course you would you sick bastard. But that will never happen…

Steve Carell Channels Pink Panther with ‘Brigadier Gerard’

By Rob Hunter 

Steve Carell is attached to star in a new film called The Adventures of Brigadier Gerard, a period comedy set during the Napoleonic Wars. Yes, a period comedy set during the Napoleonic Wars.

Foreign Objects: [Rec]

By Rob Hunter 

Foreign Objects travels the world of international cinema each week to look for films worth visiting. So renew your passport, get your shots, and brush up on the local age of legal consent, this week we’re heading to… Spain.

31 Days of Horror: Clive Barker’s Nightbreed

By Rob Hunter 

Aaron Boone is a troubled young man who may or may not be responsible for a series of brutal murders…

31 Days of Horror: The Brood

By Rob Hunter 

Frank Carveth shares custody of his daughter with his estranged wife, Nola, and one day finds bruises and welts on the little girl’s body after a visit with her mother.

TV Review: Californication 2.3 – No Way to Treat a Lady

By Rob Hunter 

On Hank’s first day as biographer to Lew Ashby, he’s re-introduced to Trixie, the hooker with a heart of gold, who stirs up trouble by claiming that Hank is better in bed than Ashby.