Cool Stuff: Gallery 1988’s Latest Show Features Fictional Products from Movies & Television

Some movies and TV shows are so iconic that even the fake products from them become well known. That’s why Gallery 1988 put together a second edition of their Product Placement show honoring some of the most beloved fake products from film and television. For the Gallery 1988 Product Placement 2018 show, artists like Danny […]

Daily Podcast: Best Soundtracks For Bad Movies, How To Become A Film Writer, Wu-Tang, Black Panther 2, Aladdin, & Daredevil

On the October 12 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film Senior Writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Wu-Tang, Black Panther 2, Aladdin, Daredevil Season 3 and in the mail bag we’ll answer some listener e-mail. You can […]

The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Private Life,’ ‘Eighth Grade’

One of the year’s best movies, and one of the best Netflix originals to date, is streaming on that service at this very moment, so that’s your top priority for this week’s viewing. It’s followed closely by two terrific summer sleepers, a summer blockbuster that’s not half bad, and a sprawling, masterful piece of television […]

Killer New Posters for Classic Slasher Movies

We’re eight days into the month of October, and if you’re a certain kind of movie lover, you’re probably taking in a lot of horror. And if you’re a certain kind of horror movie lover, there’s a pretty good chance your October viewing queue includes Halloween, Friday the 13th, Psycho, Nightmare on Elm Street — y’know, the classics. […]

The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Leave No Trace,’ ‘Three Identical Strangers’

This week’s big new releases on disc and demand aren’t traditionally “big” — they’re small movies, summer indie sleeper hits that nicely counterbalanced all the bombast. Plus we’ve got a new film from a rising young director on Netflix, a magnificently aged camp classic on Hulu, and a problematic but influential action movie from Criterion. […]

Flavorwire’s Guide to Indie Movies You Need to See in October

It’s October, and that means the art house is getting crowded. The 12 recommendations herein — Netflix indies, historical documentaries, character-driven dramas, and much more — include some contenders for the year-end best-of lists, yet they barely scratch the surface of what’s available to discerning moviegoers this month. Enjoy them while you can, folks. January […]

10 Must-See Movies at This Year’s New York Film Festival

The 56th annual New York Film Festival kicks off tomorrow night at Lincoln Center with a big, splashy opening night screening of The Favourite, the new laugh riot from Yorgos Lanthimos. Over the two-plus weeks that follow, festival-goers will sample a selection of some of the most invigorating foreign, independent, and documentary titles of the year […]

Daily Podcast: How We Watch Movies At Home, Dark Phoenix, Tarantino, MoviePass, Halloween, & New Streaming Services

On the September 27, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk what the latest film and tv news, including Dark Phoenix, Quentin Tarantino, MoviePass, Halloween and New Streaming Services. And in The Mail Bag we’ll answer some questions about Jack Ryan […]

The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story,’ ‘Gemini,’ ‘King Cohen’

This week’s big Blu-ray release is one of the strangest stories of the movie year so far, an ostensible sure thing that ended up riding a wave of bad press to disappointing box office. (Twist: it’s not half bad.) We’ve also got a killer indie on Hulu, an Oscar-winning documentary on Netflix, and a catnip-for-trashy-movie-fans […]

The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘The Land of Steady Habits,’ ‘Damsel’

Fear no more, friends and enemies: Cabin Boy, described on its fancy new cover as “the contentious classic that angered a nation,” finally makes its Blu-ray debut this week. But wait, there’s more! Nicole Holofcener has a new movie on Netflix, Bernardo Bertolucci has a classic on Prime, Criterion has a screwball masterpiece on Blu-ray, […]