“Lynne Ramsay and Joaquin Phoenix delivered an exhilarating experience.”
The Americans takes its characters through a dark and devastating journey that leaves the mission as the answer, and humanity as the question.
The unique cinematic language of silent films makes them relevant even in the era of sound cinema.
Jesse Sparks explores ultra-violence in his review of Straw Dogs.
Creator of Filmera introduces himself and list his top 5 films of time.
Anon sets out to prove itself amongst the Netflix original films.
A Fantastic Woman is a compelling exploration of identity and perspective from Latin America.
“Paul Schrader’s dark mirror is a monument for an age of hopelessness, and one of the strongest films of the year”
Killing Eve is a stellar example of television at its best with a sense of style and fun.
1976, the year Sylvester Stallone went from underdog to household name.
Ken Cikas ventures into the dark with his review of The Night of the Hunter
From the director of Train to Busan
Seven years later… Calvin Kemph finally experiences the world of Harry Potter.
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Akira Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood is one of the best adaptions of Macbeth, but how did he do it?
Kevin Lever reviews the infamous Solo, and surprisingly it’s not bad.
“A couple of British 1970s teen-aged boys, Enn and Vic, go to a party to meet girls, only to find that the girls are very different from the boys’ expectations.”
Carl Broughton is still recovering from Dogtooth, but in the meantime here is his review.
X gonna give it to yah…Again
Asian films featured at the Cannes. From Old time directors to new faces like Gan Bi. Everything is covered
Long-time in the making, today the first teaser trailer for the Warner Bros. adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book dropped, famously adapted in 1967 as an animated feature by Walt Disney. More interesting is the […]
Nine years ago, in 2009, the self-proclaimed King of the World unleashed the blue cat alien people, better known as the Na’vi, to the world. Somehow, the world took to these creatures to the tune of nearly 2.8 billion dollars at the box office.
Carl Broughton talks about the cinematic style of Moonlight, and its direct Asian influences in our first Film Frame Friday featurette
FilmEra is introducing a new series of articles called Film Frame Friday or FFF/F.F.F. Created by Carl Broughton and Kevin Lever. The purpose of this new series is once a week, one of our contributors […]
Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before. A group of teens are out on a trip when their car breaks down. They all go off to some deserted looking place to find help, use the phone, etc. However, this deserted place is actually populated by killers, looking to whet their thirst for murder with the blood of innocents. This is a very standard setup for late 70s slasher films, one that David Schmoeller’s 1979 film Tourist Trap follows to a T, at least at first.
Only God Forgives Viewing Party 5/20/2018 9 pm Eastern. Must have access to Netflix. Discord Link to Filmera Excerpt: A Bangkok police lieutenant and a gangster settle their differences in a Thai-boxing match.
Top 10 of 2017 voted by the Filmera community.
Viewing Starts 9 pm Eastern 5/13/2018. Everyone is welcome to join us.
Sergio Leone decided to kill the western by making a film about the death of the west. To accomplish the former he attempted to make the ultimate western film, pulling from all the archetypes of the genre and reducing them to their essential, mythic core. To do the latter, he shot a western like it was the end of the world.
Meant to be the swan song of the Godzilla series, Destroy All Monsters includes nearly every monster from the series thus far.
“The Square is a sanctuary of trust and caring. Within it we all share equal rights and obligations”
Nice gets you shit
Sound determines whether you live or die.
The beginning of the end..