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.
New to Hulu August 2021

What’s New to Stream on Hulu for August 2021

By Rob Hunter 

Older movies and new shows highlight the best of Hulu this month.

Fantasia Film Festival 2021

The 10 Most Anticipated Films at Fantasia International Film Festival 2021

By Rob Hunter, and Brianna Zigler 

It wasn’t easy picking only ten films to be excited about, but we did it anyway.

The squad in The Suicide Squad

‘The Suicide Squad’ is a Brilliantly Stupid Blast of Big Laughs and Bloody Chaos

By Rob Hunter 

“I cherish peace with all my heart. I don’t care how many men, women, and children I need to kill to get it.” — This, my friends, is the best line-reading of the year.

Comer and Reynolds in Free Guy

‘Free Guy’ Finds Mild Fun with a Busy Rehash of Other Better Films

By Rob Hunter 

While reminding viewers that Disney owns all your favorite memories…

The Way Of The Gun

28 Things We Learned from Christopher McQuarrie’s ‘The Way of the Gun’ Commentary

By Rob Hunter 

“That’s the thing with Benicio, you’re never gonna get what you expect but you’re always gonna get something great.”

Daimajin

A Stone Giant Walks Among Us in Our Pick of the Week

By Rob Hunter 

Plus 13 more new releases to watch at home this week on Blu-ray and DVD!

Netflix August

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for August 2021

By Rob Hunter 

New films from Jason Momoa, France, and the pages of young adult literature!

Amazon Prime Video Guide August

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for August 2021

By Rob Hunter 

Val, Annette, and Bruce the Shark walk into a bar and ask what’s on Amazon Prime…

Blunt and Johnson in Jungle Cruise

‘Jungle Cruise’ is a Forgettably Harmless Family Adventure

By Rob Hunter 

It wants to be far more fun than it is, but it’s still just entertaining enough.