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The Gateway Film Center (GFC) in Columbus, Ohio, has created a truly impressive lineup of cult films for locals to see. Together with a panel of film experts from around the country, the GFC has identified the best 101 cult films of all time. They haven't just given us a list though, they are actually going to play ALL of these movies in 2017. As a local fan and supporter of the GFC, I have to point out that this isn't some national programming event that they are just partic
Disney just released the final trailer for Beauty and the Beast, which hits theaters on March 17. What do you think? Will it be a worthy live-action version of the beloved classic? Roger is probably already in line for this one.
A note from Adam - I have a dear friend that we affectionately call "Blu-ray Bob." He earned this nickname because two years ago he brought over his pristine and brand new copy of John Wick for us to watch... on DVD. Yes, in the year 2015, my friend Bob is still buying movies on DVD and arguing against the merits of Blu-rays and other hi-def options, but I'll leave that discussion for another time. He earned his ironic moniker and it has stuck to this day. Bob is a loving hus
With the release of Episode Two of our podcast I can now share with you my top 10 films of 2016. Trying to fend off your criticisms now, I did not see La La Land and Manchester by the Sea when we did our podcast. With that said here they are: 10. Life, Animated 9. The Jungle Book 8. 10 Cloverfield Lane 7. Doctor Strange 6. Sing Street 5. Kubo and the two strings 4. Captain Fantastic 3. Hell or Highwater 2. Arrival 1. Hail Caesar Well that's it let me know what you thi
Now that you've had the chance to listen to Episode 01 and Episode 02 of The Film Coterie, here's my full Top Ten List for 2016. Let me know if I nailed it or if I missed anything. 10. Sing Street 9. The Witch 8. Captain Fantastic 7. American Honey 6. Hunt for the Wilderpeople 5. Elle 4. Manchester by the Sea 3. Jackie 2. Arrival 1. La La Land And in case you were wondering, here are the movies that just missed making my list and they are all worth checking out: Moonlight, N
Now that Episode 02 is out, I can't think of a reason to keep my Top 10 list a secret any longer. Admittedly, life prevented me from seeing all the movies I wanted to in 2016 (Arrival, La La Land), so this might be subject to change. 10. American Honey 9. Hell or High Water 8. Deadpool 7. Midnight Special 6. The Witch 5. Sing Street 4. The Nice Guys 3. Captain Fantastic 2. Kubo and the Two Strings 1. Hunt for the Wilderpeople Yes, I know there are some glaring omissi
Spotlight Review from guest blogger Erin Marshall A Note from Roger - Erin enjoys documentaries, comedies, and action movies. She watches her fair share of animated films with her kids too. Erin is typically found with a cup of tea and a stack of books. She lives in the Appalachian mountains, where she home schools her children. When she's not spending time in the outdoors with her husband, they're planning their next road trip. Follow her blog at Under an Elm Tree. Hidden
Ok, so it's not a great week for new wide releases. Gold and A Dog's Purpose have both received fairly negative overall reviews. I had the misfortune of seeing Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and it's terrible. I am not going to be overly harsh to it because it's a Resident Evil movie and about the same as any other title in the series. Unless you really really like the series, just save your money or go see something else. However, I feel obligated to point out that I am h
Episode 02 of The Film Coterie is now available on SoundCloud! Listen Here. In this week's episode, the guys give their opinion on La La Land, reveal their top 5 movies of 2016, and complete their very first ever Movie Homework assignment. As always, we value your thoughts and input, so please feel free to reach out to us here on this website, on Twitter, on Facebook, or even an old-fashioned e-mail.