Drift is a film that is superb on the water but a little wobbly on dry land.
Exactly fifty years ago, The Leopard won the Palm D’or at the 1963 Cannes Film Festival, and this is why.
Thanks to Universal Pictures International Entertainment and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment we have 5 copies of Grimm Season 1 to giveaway (5 Blu-Ray).
In this episode of Pod Save Our Screen, Maria and Blake recover in the wake of Spring Breakers.
Spring Breakers is one of the most potent pieces of satire and filmmaking to hit the screen so far this year.
Thanks to HBO we have 5 copies Hemmingway & Gelhorn to giveaway (5 DVDs)
For the second time, Derek Cianfrance shows us his love of cinema’s loners and outcasts via the ultimate It kid of now, Ryan Gosling.
Thanks to HBO we have 5 copies True Blood Season 5 to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays)
Why didn’t The Cabin In The Woods show at my local cinema but Andre Rieu’s Maastricht Concert is? I mean, Mama and Evil Dead (2013) are barely getting a release over here yet did fairly well in the US.
Thanks to HBO we have 5 copies of Veep Season 1 to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays).
Thanks to Transmission Films we have 3 copies of The Mule to giveaway (3 DVDs).
Thanks to Transmission Films we have 3 copies of Y/N You Lie, You Die to giveaway (3 DVDs).
Thanks to STUDIOCANAL we have 5 Double Passes to Snitch.
Thanks to Roadshow Entertainment we have 3 copies The Perks of Being a Wallflower to giveaway (3 Blu-Rays)
Thanks to HBO we have 5 copies The Newsroon Season 1 to giveaway (5 Blu-Rays)
To celebrate the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on Blu Ray and DVD Blake had the pleasure of sitting down with Richard (Thorin Oakenshield) Armitage to chat all things middle earth.
In this episode of Pod Save Our Screen, Maria explains her jaunt overseas, Blake cries about Maria’s absence and gushes about Iron Man 3.
Broken takes a toxic suburbia and tenderly examines the fallout.
Film geek ladies and gentleman, I am once again thrilled to announce the addition of another fantastic contributor to the ranks of Graffiti with Punctuation.
One of the best films of this barely embryonic century is a 62-minute stick figure animation. And you’ve probably never seen it.