A new year is upon us, and we're listing the most anticipated films of 2015, according to us!
Bruno Dumont's latest film Li'l Quinquin is like Twin Peaks mixed with all the good elements from Gummo, set in rural northern France.
Ryan Gosling's LOST RIVER will finally be released
As 2014 comes to a close, we take a look at our favorite (and least favorite) films of the year.
All controversy aside, THE INTERVIEW ends up being a sometimes funny but wildly uneven, minor film.
The Hudsucker Proxy is today's Soundtrack Sunday. You know, for kids.
A review of the Dardenne Brother's latest film Two Days, One Night.
The must-read film pieces from the week ending December 26th include articles on: Clint Eastwood's American Sniper, Disney killing off the fairy-tale romance, and more!
There was no shortage of films focused on the creative mind and the struggle of the artist this year. Zach Dennis takes a closer look at three completely different films that share this common thread.
Spend Christmas Day reading all of The 12 Flops of Christmas!
Merry Christmas and happy holidays from Cut Print Film
One of the biggest surprises of 2014 was a little feel-good movie about a chef-turned-food trucker written, directed and starring Jon Favreau.