The Retrospekticus returns for 2016! This year in film was a strong one despite all the lunacy surrounding us and Derek Moreland offers up the back half of the Top 20 movies of the year.
The latest chapter in the ongoing Hunger Games saga is yet another of those "event" films split into two parts. This first part is decidedly grim but is it good? Find out more after the jump.
"If it bleeds it leads". The common sentiment of newsrooms everywhere. Nightcrawler tells the story of a man caught up in the spiral of insanity of Los Angeles crime, death and mayhem. More after the jump.
St. Vincent, directed by Theodore Melfi, presents the tale of a grizzled old man who'd rather spend his time at the bar meeting a young boy who happens to need a babysitter after school. Worth watching? More after the jump.
Interstellar, a cosmic journey of potential salvation for mankind and a bit of Oscar-bait, is Chris Nolan's ninth film. Is it his best? More after the jump.
I know that TMNT is a franchise that is, well, kinda dumb. I get that. Cartoons, movies and games from it have been dumb (some of them really fun actually). This is something else. It's just not good and really stupid. :| Kids movies don't have to be this stupid. More after the jump.