Movies

Movies, we love ’em. Film School Rejects covers a wide range of movie-related topics, from reviews of new releases to retrospectives on classic films. We also love making lists, writing essays about how our favorites were made, and talking about the most interesting projects in development.

For your consideration — our favorite movies from the last few years:

You can also browse our archives by genre — everything from Horror to Action to Comedy.

Tiff Winners

Best of the Fest: The Biggest Winners of TIFF 2022

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Another TIFF is in the bag. And you know what that means: superlatives!

Werewofl By Night Michael Giacchino Fantastic Fest Interview

How Michael Giacchino Thrust ‘Werewolf by Night’ Upon the MCU

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We chat with the composer and director about his new Marvel Halloween special and how he convinced Kevin Feige to interrupt his MCU Phase Four plans.

Lynch Oz Documentary

‘Lynch/Oz’ is a Revelatory Reflection on a Cinematic Romance

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David Lynch really loves ‘The Wizard of Oz.’ This new film explores the relationship between the two and so much more.

Pather Panchali

An Intro to Satyajit Ray: The Master Who Changed World Cinema

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From how to work with children to the importance of creative control, here’s a look at how Satyajit Ray directs.

Mister Organ

‘Mister Organ’ Once Again Highlights the Weirdos Hiding in Plain Sight

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David Farrier has a real knack for finding the people most of us would want to avoid.

The War Of The Worlds

A Sci-Fi Classic from the 50s Lands on 4K UHD as Our Pick of the Week

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

seo in guk in project wolf hunting

‘Project Wolf Hunting’ Paints the Sea Red With a Wild Genre Mash-Up

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If the Red Cross declares a blood shortage in the coming weeks, this movie is probably the reason.

Smile Fantastic Fest Horror Film

Parker Finn’s ‘Smile’ Exposes Our Revulsion to Others’ Trauma

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The new horror film leaves the viewer shaken in a way that surpasses its exceptionally executed jump-scares.