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Earlier this week, I finally posted my review of A Woman and War, a film that I saw several weeks ago and have been stewing over ever since. Here on Flixist, it got the reaction I was hoping for: "Nope." Even Matty Shoestrin...
It's hard to offend me. Really hard. For a while, I thought it might be almost impossible. Not even A Serbian Film offended me (though it greatly disturbed me). At last year's Japan Cuts, I found out I was wrong: I ...
Yeah, it was kind of inevitable. With the release of the Oldboy remake coming ever closer and the announcement of a remake of Lady Vengeance, it was only a matter of time before the first film in Park Chan-Wook's in...
As we award the best of 2012 with shiny golden dino statues it's important to note that sometimes movies aren't good. Sometimes movies are really, really, really, really, really, ridiculously bad. And we don't mean bad simply...
I love Park Chan-Wook's Vengeance Trilogy. I love it so much that I'm marathoning it tomorrow. Literally. It's going to be a massively depressing day, but it is all okay because they're just so goddamn good. What's not okay i...
With the internet allowing viewers to spread word faster and wider than ever before, the cult of the bad movie has become ever more popular in recent years - from Tommy Wiseau's barmy epic The Room ('Hi doggy!') to anything b...
Correction: As correctly pointed out by SirCacophony in the comments, George A. Romero was the director first attached to the original Resident Evil, not Wes Craven. Thanks for pointing it out, the article has been amended. T...
It's fun to laugh at how hard Hollywood pushes their films with over the top advertising, but then movies like Green Lantern come along and show why it's often necessary or you run the risk of your film being dead on arrival...
The film industry can be fickle sometimes. The greatest films don’t always make for the most profitable or popular films. In the same manner, terrible movies tend to make a buttload of cash, giving the film’s creators so...
It was December of 1994, right around Christmas.  I was nine years old at the time, and that weekend I was extra excited.  Not because school was closed or Santa would bring me my next batch of video games, but beca...