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Ten Best Political Thrillers

With politics on our minds for Election Day, we've created this list of the best politically-motivated films. We promise they will cause less anxiety and be more fun than actual politics.

The Casual Cinecast goes undercover with Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious

In this latest Casually Criterion episode Justin, Chris, and Mike review the winning film from our listener poll, Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious. We also discuss the upcoming November 2018 Criterion Collection releases! 

The Ten Most Important MacGuffins in the History of Cinema

A MacGuffin is basically a gimmick utilized by a screenwriter to create motivation for a film’s characters. Here’s a look at ten MacGuffins that have transcended their stigma to become something much more important and influential.

The 10 Best Opening Title Sequences in Film

Title sequences don’t have to be boring. They can be just as exciting, creative, or innovative as the films they introduce. These are our picks for the 10 best opening title sequences of feature films.

Examining Hollywood Remakes: Psycho

It’s time to tackle another theatrical remake of a classic film. This week, Cinelinx looks at the 1998 revamp of Psycho; One of the most pointless and disappointing remakes of a great film ever attempted.

David Fincher & Ben Affleck Teaming for Strangers on a Train...

Some exciting news has come in that the Gone Girl team is currently working together to bring a modernized version of Alfred Hitchcock's classic, Strangers on a Train, to the big screen.  Come inside for all the details. 

Blu Review: Bates Motel Season One

Whether it's Jason, Freddy, or Michael Myers, you can't keep a good homicidal maniac down. Sooner or later, something new will pop up for die-hard fans and new generations to enjoy. The classic characters from the Psycho franchise are no different.

Everything Is Canon: We Could Be Heroes

On this episode of Everything is Canon, Steve talks with author Mike Chen about his new book We Could Be Heroes! We Could Be Heroes...