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Why you need to watch <i>Seven Samurai</i>

While its subtitles and runtime might be intimidating, I’ve got five reasons Seven Samurai should excite any action fan. Read More

The Day of the Locust: The Grim Reality of Old Hollywood

While the “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” has existed almost as long as the movies themselves, The Day of the Locust brings to life the darker side of Golden Age of Hollywood. Read More

Le Confessionnal: A Quebecois Film With a Hitchcockian Twist

When Canadian theatre director Robert Lepage made his transition to film with 1995’s Le Confessionnal, he found a bridge between the Quebecois experience and audiences with someone a Hollywood film fan would already know and love: Alfred Hitchcock. Read More

John Huston’s Last Film: A Powerful Holiday Story Of Connection

Christmas movies can feel a bit cheesy, however, there are plenty of complex and lesser seen movies that take on the holidays from different perspectives. John Huston's last film, The Dead, is one of them. Read More

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A Cinematic Coming of Age: Two Formative Mexican Films

How two filmmakers who captured the essence of modern Mexican life creatively and beautifully got the attention of Hollywood. Read More

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