The trilogy will get a limited theatrical run followed by a home video release.
I can only imagine seeing these King Hu masterpieces on the big screen.
The latest instance in Hollywood’s long history of casting white people as non-white characters.
It’s a tiny “blink and you’ll miss it” moment that’s a great example of why I love animation as a medium.
Thanks to German filmmaking duo T7 Production, the Sith Apprentice has never looked better.
The book costs $4.99 on Amazon and is free for Christ and Pop Culture members.
Two of the master’s classic samurai epics are being digitally restored from the original materials.
The ending of Isao Takahata’s masterpiece leaves me choked up every time I watch it.
The ultra-gory post-apocalyptic BMX action film with a heart of a gold that you’ve been waiting for.
Though definitely flawed, The Force Awakens left me with a sense of wonder that lasted long after I left the theatre.
The site’s obvious love for cinema, in all of its forms, wasn’t enough to pay the bills.
Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ is pure cinematic magic. Also, it reminds me of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ (seriously).
It’s deeply enjoyable, and even a little moving for this fan, to see Slowdive vindicated after all these years.
Did Joss Whedon really ruin Black Widow’s status as a strong female superhero?
Ultron’s development as a villain seems perfunctory but it does parallel real-world concerns over the threat of artificial intelligence.
The film’s currently available to those who order ‘Wilderness’ but will become public later this year.
New York’s Old School Kung Fu Fest is putting together a line-up of films honoring those sneakiest and coolest of cinematic assassins.
An incredible work of fandom that pays tribute to classic “Star Wars” as well as vintage anime titles like “Robotech.”
Luxury’s story isn’t necessarily your typical rock n’ roll epic, what with the priesthood and all, but it is a fascinating one.
An excellent analysis of what makes Jackie Chan’s filmmaking so unique and enjoyable.