TOMBSTONE (George P. Cosmatos – 1993) Movie Review

The 'right hand' men are the reason we all keep going back to Tombstone.
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Top Five (Chris Rock – 2014) Movie Review

Top Five is Chris Rock's latest slice of personal comedy, except New York is the stage and echoes of Woody Allen, Louie C.K, Adam...
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The Debrief: Avengers: Age of Spoilers & Marvel Ranked

In the latest edition of THE DEBRIEF, Blake Howard and Cam Williams talk Avengers: Age of Ultron and rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe. SPOILERS...

Avengers: Age of Ultron (Joss Whedon – 2015) Movie Review

Distorted visions, wielding power to stave off fear, their force being felt throughout the universe; Avengers: Age of Ultron is wonderful because it's so...

Furious 7 (James Wan – 2015) Movie Review

Furious 7 is happily unpretentious, another in a recent – though still rare – spate of blockbusters directed with a real sincerity of...

The Debrief: The Gush Awakens

In the latest edition of THE DEBRIEF, Blake Howard and Cam Williams talk their viewing diary, the utter joy of the latest trailer for...

Alien, Exodus and Prometheus: A Chat With Ridley’s Scott’s Right Hand Man Charles de Lauzirika

Unlimited access to the movie sets of some of the world’s greatest filmmakers. An unguarded look at the most treasured behind-the-scenes footage from cinema...

FIVE STAR FILMS #80: Dark Victory (Edmund Goulding – 1939)

A look at a classic weepie from film’s greatest year.

The Art of the Montage: Inglourious Basterds

The Art of the Montage will examine great passages of time in cinema captured in the most unforgettable montages.


Rarely at Graffiti With Punctuation to we review television, but every so often something comes along that demands a wordy, frothy analysis. That show...