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.

Review: ‘Against The Dark’ Reminds Us Why Steven Seagal Goes Straight To DVD

By Rob Hunter 

How epically bad is Against the Dark? Or is it somehow, miraculously…good? Steven Seagal v. Vampires has us interested, but could it pull through?

Will Scott Pilgrim’s Cinematic Fight Scenes Be Animated?

By Rob Hunter 

One of the more anticipated films due out next year is Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. And as Wright gets deeper into production, we’ve begun to learn some interesting things about his next film.

Foreign Objects: King Of The Hill (Spain)

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!

The Return Of ‘Hawk The Slayer’

By Rob Hunter 

Do any of you remember the epic action/fantasy film from 1980 called Hawk the Slayer? No? Starred Jack Palance as Voltan, a scenery-chewing, evil-doing ham and John Terry as Hawk, his heroic brother? We do!

John Carpenter Is Crazy For Amber Heard In ‘The Ward’

By Rob Hunter 

Sure it’s been twenty-three years since John Carpenter made a great movie (Big Trouble In Little China), and since then he’s made three good films and five shitty ones, but I still hold out hope.

3D ‘Sex & Zen’ Coming This Christmas!

By Rob Hunter 

I’m not sure this is what Jeffrey Katzenberg’s was referring to when he said the 3-D revolution was coming fast and hard (paraphrasing slightly). A Hong Kong filmmaker has announced plans for 3-D Sex & Zen, a film he claims is the world’s first 3-D erotic movie.

Dan Simmons’ ‘Hyperion Cantos’ Finds A Director

By Rob Hunter 

Just last month Scott Derrickson’s remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still actually made the box-office stand still and grossed a mere $80 million. That’s fantastic bank for a small film about a quirky, pregnant teenager or an Indian teenager winning millions on a game show, but for a high profile sci-fi remake with big name stars it only barely covers the production costs.

Universal Officially Announces ‘The Thing’ From New Caprica

By Rob Hunter 

This isn’t necessarily new news, but it does move recent rumors into the realm of official announcement. Universal has hired Ronald Moore to write the big-budget “remake/re-imagining/prequel” of John Carpenter’s The Thing.

Foreign Objects: Waltz With Bashir (Israel)

By Rob Hunter 

Waltz With Bashir opens on an animated, rain-soaked street to the sounds of growling. What follows is a real-life documentary and quest for answers.