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    Six Circuit: Which 2011 Best Picture Hopeful Came ‘Incredibly Close’?

    Welcome to the thirty-seventh entry in our Six Circuit series. Of our Best Picture winners this decade, none have steamrolled the season quite like “The Artist” in 2011. The silent film won tons of Best Picture awards on its way to the Oscars. This includes the PGA, DGA, BAFTA, Critics Choice, Golden Globes Awards. Though the winner […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (04/03/18) – A Rough Slate This Week

    This week, it’s pretty slim pickings when it comes to new releases hitting Blu-Ray and DVD. That is, the quantity is there, but the quality? Not so much. In fact, nothing today is especially worthy of a recommendation, but if you look deep enough, there’s something. Some weeks, it’s an embarrassment of riches. Other weeks, […] More

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    Top 10: Most Wanted Sequels

    While we live in an age where the thought of a sequel is nearly as bad as the thought of a remake, not all are created equal. Sequels are among the beloved films of all time. Sequels have won Academy Awards. Remember, “The Godfather: Part II” is a sequel. So is “The Dark Knight“. Done […] More

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    INTERVIEW: Nicolas Winding Refn talks style and ‘The Neon Demon’

    It’s both a disarming and strangely twisty an experience to interview a director like Nicolas Winding Refn, who knows and is at ease with the fact that they’re work is divisive. The eccentric filmmaker is well aware that some people hate his movies, something he’s very comfortable talking about, as I learned a few days […] More

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    Circuit 3 A-Z: Films That Begin With the Letter ‘D’

    We pick up where we left off, alphabetically speaking, with the letter D, as we continue ranking the three best films of all time in this fun game of alphabet soup (to chime in on A-C, head here first). Some ideas for your selection, perhaps? For comedies, why not start with the funniest movie of […] More

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    Nicolas Winding Refn next film will be ‘I Walk With The Dead’

    I know that filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn is becoming a bit of a love him or hate him type of figure, but I seem to have gone the opposite route as most. While I was very much kept at arm’s length with Bronson and Valhalla Rising for example (which plenty of folks love), I’ve been […] More

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    Six Spot #5: Best Director 2011

    Welcome back to The Six Spot!  In case you missed last week’s 2003 Best Actress Six Spot, you can catch it here. This week, we discuss one of the more interesting pre-nomination races of the last decade, the 2011 Best Director race.  Unlike the four previous Six Spots, where we had a ton of non-nominees […] More

  • Sequel to ‘Drive’ in the works

    ‘Drive’ author James Sallis has been making the rounds on his new book, a sequel called ‘Driven’, and apparently he’s been talking about a new film potentially coming to pass. Collider reports here that Sallis is saying that ‘Driven’ is in the earliest stages of development and that Nicolas Winding Refn is open to directing […] More

  • The Italian Online Movie Awards Honor ‘Drive’ with Best Picture!

    To be sure, an online award voted on solely by the Italian public isn’t exactly a high profile precursor or anything (more than partly due to coming a few months after the Oscars…among other things), but any award that recognizes ‘Drive’ as its Best Picture and Nicolas Winding Refn as its Best Director is good […] More

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