The GBT Crew picks their top 10 films of this absolute bummer of a year.
In space, no one can hear you be terrible
Casey Affleck screams talent in an otherwise quiet role.
The long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson's beloved play.
Your favorite GBT Crew on the first Star Wars "anthology" film.
This is a tough film to review. While it's ultimately a 'good' film in the traditional sense, Lion so predictably baits viewers with its bloated themes of inspiration and perseverance that it gets old really fast. The entirety of the film plays out in such a melodramatic and neatly packaged way that the viewer never doubts for a … Continue reading Lion (2016) Review: Good ol’ fashioned Oscar bait
The biggest surprise of the year (in movies at least)
There's only ONE DIRECTION for these boys to go.
Ian Olds' foray into narrative writing leaves some things to be desired.
On December 3rd, the GBT crew (minus Reed) headed on up to scenic Poughkeepsie NY for the fourteenth semi-annual Hudson Horror Show; a grueling 12-hour parade of ‘70s and ‘80s creature-features, body horrors, taboo sexploitation films, and all manner of cult classics. This lineup included RoboCop (1987), The Hitcher (1986), Death Race 2000 (1975), The … Continue reading The Hudson Horror Show
Nicolas Pesce delivers a deeply unnerving and original horror entry with his directorial debut.
A delightful reminder of the staying power of cinema.