In a new series we are cutting out one particular scene in a movie and turning it into a short film. Why? Because sometimes a movie should have been a short film instead. This time it’s American Sniper.
The 2021 Oscars nominations were released today, so in honour of that, Flickmetic is pitting man against bunny. Man and bunny both predict who will win each category and we will see on April 25 who is smarter (the bunny, most likely).
Welcome to the new series, Dying on Movie Hills… where Tyler picks a movie hill to die on and then he dies on it. Not literally, he’s still alive. He’s also not likely on a hill.
Each month Tyler looks back on the movies that he has seen that month and shows you what he thought. Since it’s the first time doing this we have both January and February this time!
It’s March so why not talk about the best movies of 2021 (so far)?
Denzel Washington has a new movie coming out soon so I have decided to make this Denzel Washington Week. I visit some of his other movies in anticipation. This time it’s Malcolm X.
The Criminal Code (1931) turns 90 today! That’s old! But we love old here so come in; the party just started.
The dumpster fire that is 2020 is behind us. Now we look forward to the future with the top 10 most anticipated movies of 2021.
It’s December so we can start talking about Christmas movies. So what would you say if I told you that Krampus (2015) is one of the most underrated Christmas movies ever?
There are a bunch of Rocky birthdays this month so let’s talk a little bit about the franchise as a whole. Because it rocks.