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Jeopardy Shot in The Gold Rush (1925)

From Painted Glass to Green Screens: The Jeopardy Shot Explained


Let’s talk about the glass shot. (No, not the kind you pour tequila into).

Larkin Seiple Everything Everywhere All At Once

Why They Jammed A Dozen Movies Into ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’


We chat with cinematographer Larkin Seiple about the numerous influences flooding throughout this multiversal madhouse.

Anne Hathaway Colossal

Anne Hathaway Nails the Nuances of Sobriety in ‘Colossal’


As a woman in recovery caught between inner demons and gigantic monsters, Hathaway captures the unique struggles of staying on the wagon when the world goes to pot in Nacho Vigalondo’s genre-defying cult hit.

Alana Haim Cooper Hoffman Licorice Pizza

The Cinematic Ingredients of ‘Licorice Pizza’


More like West San Fernando Valley Graffiti.

Barry Season Review Bill Hader

Season 3 of ‘Barry’ is Dark As Hell, But Still Great


Alec Berg and Bill Hader’s dark comedy series returns for a bold and heavy third season that still manages to garner laughs.

The Osterman Weekend

Sam Peckinpah’s ‘The Osterman Weekend’ Finally Comes Home


Forty years after its release, the director’s cut of Sam Peckinpah’s last film is finally available.

A Very British Scandal Real Story

The Real Story Behind ‘A Very British Scandal’


The BBC miniseries centers on one of the most shocking divorces in British history.

Star Wars The Clone Wars The Wrong Jedi Ahsoka Tano

The Cartoon That Should Make Anyone an Ahsoka Tano Fan


Bryce Dallas Howard promises fans of ‘The Clone Wars’ that the new Ahsoka series will greatly reward their passion. We sure hope so.

Cage and Pascal in The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ Shines a Light on a Legend


Come for Nicolas Cage, but stay for BFFs Nicolas Cage and Pedro Pascal.

The Big Racket in Rogue Cops and Racketeers

A Pair of Poliziotteschi Films Steal Our Pick of the Week


Plus 10 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Sean Baker Color Theory

A Tangerine Dream: Colors in the Films of Sean Baker


Pretty cool when they make movies in color, huh?


18 Things We Learned from Roland Emmerich’s ‘Moonfall’ Commentary


“Look out for Elon references!”