Surprising moral ambiguity is found in this famous film presenting a fictionalized version of the Holocaust trial.
Diego recaps the fun of The MEG-A-THON!
Otto Preminger’s groundbreaking film details its courtroom drama like few do.
Burnham’s debut is the rare coming-of-age story that makes the specific anxiety of adolescence truly universal.
Desiree Akhavan’s directorial debut is a charming and deceptively powerful look at culture and sexuality.
Don’t let the title confuse you, this is Hitchcock film that’s very much an “assignment film”.
Hitchcock’s early screwball comedy shows signs of his knack for visual humor.
The strong female characters and voices behind the camera are the highlight of this refreshing rom-com.
This Oscar-nominated Hitch thriller set its psychological game in the battlefield of a marriage.
This forgotten attempt at parody from Hitch should probably stay that way.
The latest “Fresh Eyes” examines Bigelow’s Oscar winning war film.
Hitchcock wasn’t too fond of this, his final silent film, but it still holds some of his trademark flourishes.