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:

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Foreign Objects: The Forbidden Legend, Sex & Chopsticks (Hong Kong)


Last week Foreign Objects covered a serious and sobering film about torture and the limits of the human spirit. This week we review a movie featuring penis push-ups. [Warning: Mildly NSFW]

DVD’s I Bought This Week: April 21st


Rob Hunter continues his DVD buying rampage with a Battlestar Galactica spin-off, a major horror franchise box set and 2008’s great comeback story.

Coroner’s Report: The Broken


The Coroner has temporarily left the building. Old Sawbones Fure took one look at the 8 Films To Die For in this year’s After Dark Horrorfest and flew into an immediate rage. So Rob Hunter is stepping in to help out.

Foreign Objects: Hunger (UK)


Hunger is a grotesquely beautiful film that captures both a finite time in history and the enduring will of the human spirit. It features mesmerizing performances, powerful visuals, and a sensory experience unlike any other film this year. What it does not do is present a neutral and unbiased viewpoint.

DVD’s I Bought This Week: April 14th


Brian Gibson takes a week off of buying DVDs and Rob Hunter steps in to lend his advice on what you should be buying at your local retailer this week.

Foreign Objects: The Good The Bad The Weird (South Korea)


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… South Korea!

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Star Trek Makes Surprise World Premiere in Austin and We Were There


Star Trek fans in Austin were treated to a surprise screening of J.J. Abrams’ new Trek reboot. And of course we were there to see it all go down. Now that we’ve had a chance to calm down, we’re ready to bring you our first spoiler-free review of the film. Just make sure to clean up your mess when you’re done reading.

Review: ‘Tokyo Sonata’ Is Filled With Beauty and Misery


Families in crisis, unemployment, and the painful lack of communication are issues detached from any one time or place. In today’s economic climate especially, these concerns are felt worldwide in almost every home.