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.

Coroner’s Report: Dying Breed

By Rob Hunter 

Bale And Wahlberg Plan To Enter The Ring With ‘The Fighter’

By Rob Hunter 

Are Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg the new David Spade and Chris Farley? And if so, does that mean one of them has to die?

DVD’s I Bought This Week: April 21st

By Rob Hunter 

Rob Hunter continues his DVD buying rampage with a Battlestar Galactica spin-off, a major horror franchise box set and 2008’s great comeback story.

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10 Movies That Deserve A Sequel

By Rob Hunter 

Too often we bicker and argue about what sequels should never have been made – and there are a lot of them. Now, we’d like to take a look at a few sequels that actually should be made but, for some reason, haven’t been.

Cronenberg And Romero Spill Red Ink With New Horror Novels

By Rob Hunter 

A new trend appeared this week with famed directors trading in the clapboards and megaphones for inkwells and laptops.

McG Plans To Bifurcate Audience With Terminator Salvation Ending

By Rob Hunter 

Sounds gross doesn’t it? McG, he of the vowel-less name, spoke with MTV recently about his previously announced plans for a fifth and sixth Terminator film.

Eli Roth Talks Turkey and Science Fiction Blockbusters

By Rob Hunter 

Director/actor Eli Roth recently spoke with MTV about his upcoming plans which include a “revolutionary double-barreled” idea to film two movies back to back!

Coroner’s Report: The Broken

By Rob Hunter 

The Coroner has temporarily left the building. Old Sawbones Fure took one look at the 8 Films To Die For in this year’s After Dark Horrorfest and flew into an immediate rage. So Rob Hunter is stepping in to help out.

Foreign Objects: Hunger (UK)

By Rob Hunter 

Hunger is a grotesquely beautiful film that captures both a finite time in history and the enduring will of the human spirit. It features mesmerizing performances, powerful visuals, and a sensory experience unlike any other film this year. What it does not do is present a neutral and unbiased viewpoint.