This week, The Casual Cinecast heads to theatres to see Creed II and then chills at home to watch The Ballad of Buster Scruggs on Netflix! Also discussed is the potential upsides to films being released on Netflix instead of theatres!
Although Star Wars today has become much more than just a movie, there was a time when it was nothing more than a risky business proposition. This is a look at how classic film and cultural changes helped that original film blossom into the most popular and profitable film-based franchise in history.
Judson & Collin are back and are talking westerns, subverting genre, Warren Beatty, New Hollywood, Brad Pitt, and much more in this week's discussion of McCabe and Mrs Miller and The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford.
Today brings about a brand new look at the upcoming remake for The Magnificent Seven and it's a ridiculous amount of fun. Come inside to watch the team come together in order to fight an army.
Remakes…Where would Hollywood be without them? In the third of our continuing weekly series on Hollywood remakes, it’s time to look at one of those very, very rare remakes that is actually better than the original. This week Cinelinx looks at the Cohen Brother's True Grit.
Quentin Tarantino has released the official movie poster of his latest project called The Hateful Eight. However, what makes this movie standout is how old-school Tarrantino is going with this one. He will be shooting it in Super CinemaScope : a type of anamorphic lens series used between 1953 to 1967 before it was replaced later by Panavision.
Cinelinx puts on its sequin shirt and ten gallon hat to take in Warner Archive's new Monogram Cowboy Collection Volume 6, featuring the films of Jimmy Wakely!