Variety TV critic Sonia Saraiya joins the podcast to discuss the recent Star Wars news that revealed that Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss would be writing and producing a series of films in the franchise and what that could mean for
We examine the best animated movies of the 21st century and what makes them great.
Welcome to I Spy, a new column at CutPrintFilm that delves into the history of espionage capers, from psychological thrillers, political-tinged potboilers, comedies and extravagant action-adventures escapades. For the maiden entry, we shall take a look at the 1963 Stanley Donen directed film, Charade.
A preteen girl’s night in with her dad takes an unexpected turn when the phone ring in 'La Coupe' - our latest Vimeo Short Film of the Week!
Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips joins the podcast to talk about an op-ed he wrote for the newspaper following the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., and how it relates to a throwaway line from Black Panther, which opened this weekend.
On an all new CutPrintFilm Podcast, we head to Wakanda for the latest Marvel movie, Black Panther! Then we jump on a house boat and face Martin Scorsese's Cape Fear!
Philly: come see Game Night early and for free.
Elevator to the Gallows is a film devoted to romantic fatalism, and this resigned impression amplifies the film’s atmospheric rigidity.
Action fans rejoiced last year when news of a third film in the John Wick series got the go-ahead to begin production. The John Wick Chapter 3 release date is scheduled for May 19th 2019, and headshot aficionados the world over can reliably expect the
Justine Smith joins the podcast to discuss her recent article on Fandor about Fifty Shades Freed and how the series has approached female sexual desire in a way unlike any other major franchise before it and what that means for the future of intimate romance
A wealthy man seeks to right a perceived wrong at the hands of a bricklayer in the Edgar Allan Poe inspired 'Bricks' - our Vimeo Short Film of the Week!
Golden Exits is the least clean and most overwritten of Alex Ross Perry's filmography, resulting in a mostly suffocating mood where everything is explained (even the title).