We’ve still got a few more days left until the end of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and so we don’t know what the jury or audience favorites of the event are. Maybe we need to wait for them to be announced to determine what our most anticipated selection should be, because unlike the 2014 fest, which gave us an immediate and unbeatable… Continue reading What Is Your Most Anticipated Movie from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival?
Sometimes it’s hard to look at a list of unfamiliar film festival movies and pick out the ones to put on your must-watch list for when they arrive in theaters at a later date. While attending this year’s Sundance Film Festival, I sat down with AMC Independent’s Amirose Eisenbach and Alicia Malone to discuss a whole bunch of the movies we watched over… Continue reading Watch: The Sundance Film Festival Movies You Should Put on Your Radar
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival is currently underway in Park City, Utah, where some of the year’s most talked-about independent films are screening for the first time. Here’s our rundown of what everyone’s talking about so far.
The Movie Everyone’s Talking About
So Tell Me: The best way to describe Dope is to envision a mash-up of ’90s “hood”… Continue reading See What Everyone's Talking About at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival
In the summer of 2000 when the original X-Men film hit at the box office, it sparked an entirely new era for the creation of motion pictures derived from comic books. Of course, superheroes have persistently been some of the most popular movies ever created, with films like The Dark Knight and The Avengers grossing $ 1 billion internationally, but one thing that Hollywood has always wanted was a hook… Continue reading Comics on Film: What the New 'Zombies vs. Robots' Comic Reveals About the Upcoming Movie
When it comes to the world of independent film, all roads lead to Sundance. Not only does the Utah-based film festival kick-start the year in indie cinema, but it’s also now a breeding ground for Oscar movies. Last year’s Boyhood and Whiplash both premiered at Sundance, and have since gone on to receive multiple Oscar nominations including Best Picture. They join other recent films like Beasts of the