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.

Night Raiders

TIFF 2021: ‘Night Raiders’ is a Sci-Fi Film with More Intent than Entertainment


Danis Goulet’s Indigenous feature tackles heavy historic truths through a dystopian story.

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye Jessica Chastain

TIFF 2021: ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ is Appropriately Campy and Flawed

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Extravagant and charming, but with some bumps along the way, this is a biopic befitting its larger-than-life subject.


‘Dune’ Terminology 101: An Essential Glossary for the Uninitiated


Prepare for Denis Villeneuve’s new movie adaptation with this handy vocab lesson.

Taxi Driver Movie Quote

In Praise of Rhetorical Questions: The Secret to an Iconic Movie Quote


Want to know why rhetorical questions stick in our heads? Well, do you, punk?

The Giant Claw

A Giant Turkey Lands as Our Pick of the Week


Plus 7 more new releases to watch at home this week on Blu-ray/DVD!

Hammer Horror Box

‘Hammer Horror’ Brings Four Gothic Tales Home on Blu-ray


Countess Dracula, Hands of the Ripper, Twins of Evil, and Vampire Circus — all in one slickly produced box set!

Sion Sono Prisoners Of The Ghostland Interview

Sion Sono Leaves Japan Behind with ‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’


We chat with the director about his magical relationship with Nicolas Cage and why Western audiences prefer his movies.

The Guilty Jake Gyllenhaal

TIFF 2021: ‘The Guilty’ is a Heavy-Handed Remake of a Better Thriller

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Antoine Fuqua’s version is thrilling but ultimately redundant.

Don't Look Up

A Brief History of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Environmental Activism


The actor’s concern for the planet in ‘Don’t Look Up’ is also found in his real-life activism.