Archive for 'Listicles'

10 Reasons I Can’t Wait for the 2016 Exhumed Films’ 24 Hour Horrorthon

10 Reasons I Can’t Wait for the 2016 Exhumed Films’ 24 Hour Horrorthon

Exhumed Films is a Philadelphia area based group, who have been around for nearly twenty years as a bit of a traveling repertory theatre- finding various venues around the area to screen gems from its collection [...]

<i>Star Trek</i> at 50: Ranking the Films

Star Trek at 50: Ranking the Films

To celebrate this year’s 50th anniversary of Star Trek, I thought it would be fun to rank all of the Trek films to date. I grew up with my father being a pretty big Trek fan, [...]

My BBC Best Films of the Century Ballot

My BBC Best Films of the Century Ballot

Last week, the BBC released their list of the best films since 2000, after polling 177 film critics to submit a top 10. Since it was created in aggregate, it’s an interesting list, but critiquing the [...]

10 Movies Dan is Most Excited to See This Fall/Winter

10 Movies Dan is Most Excited to See This Fall/Winter

Man, oh man, it’s hard to believe that summer is already drawing to a close. 2016 has been a strange year. I’m struggling to figure out what the big summer movie was. The Jungle Book? Suicide [...]

Cinedelphia’s Top Movies of 2015

Cinedelphia’s Top Movies of 2015

We had our entire regular staff contribute top ten lists this year. Find all of them here: Dan Scully Eric Bresler Catherine Haas Jeff Piotrowski Ryan Silberstein Jill Malcolm Madeline Meyer Gary M. Kramer [...]

Jill’s Top Ten Films of 2015

Jill’s Top Ten Films of 2015

I found this year to be more difficult than most when putting together this list. I saw a lot of great films (and undoubtedly there are a lot that I missed), but few stood out as [...]

5 Films to Watch After Seeing <i>The Force Awakens</i>

5 Films to Watch After Seeing The Force Awakens

Now that you’ve seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you might be hungry for more. Maybe the Expanded Universe of Star Wars comics and novels won’t cut it. You need more films that give you some of [...]

Sounds in a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Sounds in a Galaxy Far, Far Away

If I could rewind my life and have a career in film I would be an Editor. If I found out I sucked at that, I would be a Sound Designer. I love good sound. It’s [...]

Dan’s Oscar Picks

Dan’s Oscar Picks

It’s Oscar season, baby, and I’ve got the fever. As mainstream and artistically culpable as the Oscars can be, they sure are a lot of fun, and they make for my favorite annual conversation piece. If [...]

4 “Unadaptable” Books and the Filmmakers Who Should Try

4 “Unadaptable” Books and the Filmmakers Who Should Try

This week, Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice received a wide release. Pynchon’s work is largely considered unadaptable, but the combination of Anderson’s similar affinity for sprawling, heavily populated stories, and Inherent Vice‘s [...]

Aaron’s 2014 Films of Note

Aaron’s 2014 Films of Note

  This was a sad year for film attendance on my part. There were dozens and dozens of films I wanted to see but I simply didn’t make the effort. More’s the pity because there appeared [...]