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The 1960’s-70’s was a golden era of American film, reflecting the upheavals of the culture around it. Film became more personal, more political, more confrontational. And that was true of film criticism, as well. A small group of critics with […]

We are pleased to present a clip from Heaven Sent, available on DVD February 21, 2017 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. It stars Marley Shelton and Ernie Hudson. A young couple, on the eve of their painful divorce, receives a surprising […]

VeggieTales grows beyond the house and takes root in the city in the newly re-imagined VeggieTales in the City! Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and all your favorite Veggies are ready for a new set of adventures—all while imparting […]

In the Oscar-nominated “Hacksaw Ridge,” Rachel Griffiths plays the mother of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), a devout WWII medic who saved the lives of 75 soldiers by carrying each one of them to safety as he dodged enemy fire in […]

Why have there been no great films about George Washington? And why are there so many films featuring Abraham Lincoln? From the John Ford classic Young Mr. Lincoln, starring Henry Fonda, to Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, there is something about the […]

A free ebook for Black History Month — Milly Pierce: A Slave Turned Slave-Owner in Pre-Civil War Virginia is free for five days. Black, female and on her own, Milly Pierce embodies in many ways the long, complex and convoluted […]

We are honored to present an exclusive clip from the Oscar-nominated film “Hacksaw Ridge,” directed by Mel Gibson. It is the true story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield, also nominated for an Oscar), a WWII medic who refused to fire […]

“The Feud” is the new series from Ryan Murphy (“Glee,” “American Horror Story,” “Nip/Tuck,” “American Crime Story”), with three Oscar-winning actresses in the real-life story of three Oscar-winning actresses. Susan Sarandon played Bette Davis, Jessica Lange plays Joan Crawford, and […]

Before special effects were done with CGI, movie creatures were built out of rubber and imagination. And Rubberhead is the first of a projected five-volume sex, drugs, and movies series from Steve Johnson, the guy behind such iconic movie creatures […]

Demetri Martin plays an illustrator mourning the loss of his mother and unhappy that his father (Kevin Kline) is planning to sell the family home.