Lee Van Cleef and Giuliano Gemma are both electric in Day of Anger, one of the first movies Arrow Films is presenting to the U.S. audience. Is it worth your hard earned money? (The answer is yes)
Did James remember to rewind this feature or did he just tape over it with something better?
A film about an alien conspiracy theorist trying to make a film based on his career as a government geologist, which asks the question “what is fact and what is fiction?”
Drafthouse Films’ Cheap Thrills is not cheap at all. But it is thrilling. And a film that won’t leave you for awhile after watching it.
At first assuming this movie was nothing more than a bad romantic comedy from the terrible DVD box art, luckily James gave this underrated Landis film a chance and the rest is history.
In the amount of time it takes some people to get over the flu, Joss Whedon took his break between finishing filming The Avengers to the start of editing to make a Shakespearean adaptation. Does he do the Bard justice?
Frankenstein’s Army. Is the movie as good as its title?
Found footage films are a dime a dozen now, with many just using the genre as an easy way to make a quick buck and a cheap way of doing so. Thankfully, Mr. Jones is not one of those films.
Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy are back again, 9 years later, in Before Midnight. James loved the first two. Third time’s a charm?
“The only thing maniacs are afraid of is other maniacs.” Truer words have never been said.
A surreal and demented short film from Vice editor Emily Wilson. A short film that I wish had a longer running time.
Sometimes waking up a little bit late and missing your first intended press screening is a blessing in disguise.
It’s not a good sign for your film when your brightest spot is a cameo by a friend of yours.
James takes on Joseph Kosinski’s newest film. He didn’t have much luck the first time. What’s in store for him this time around?
With Peter Dinklage winning the hearts of everyone on Game of Thrones, read about the performance that won James over.
James looks back at one of his biggest influences, Roger Ebert.