It’s astounding, time is fleeting

By Jami Ganz -

Rotating between actors, the cast continually engaged with the audience by running around and through the aisles, simulating Dr. Frank N. Furter’s numerous trysts through a sheet and helping the audience to dance “The Time Warp.”

Don’t settle for just ‘Saw’

By Katie Dowd -

It was the perfect climate for horror films to flourish and it’s no coincidence that some of the best and most popular German Expressionist films were such.

Marvel at TV’s best heroes

By Rich Kersting -

While it may not be the first time some of these heroes have made television, their contemporary iterations are a part of an effort to produce corresponding superhero fiction in a market that just can’t seem to get enough of...

Harpur Cinema starts rolling, slowly

By Paige Gittelman -

Its lack of variety in pacing or in including other kinds of shots made the narrative fall flat, and the movie feel like one where nothing was moving, both literally and figuratively.

‘The Judge’ guilty of clichés

By Patrick Hao -

ll the surrounding characters, played by a great but underused supporting cast, serve as conduits to keep the momentum of the father-and-son dynamic moving.

From ‘action!’ to ‘cut!’ in 48 hours

By Joseph Barberio -

To ensure that all of the films were original and made within the contest period of 48 hours, the teams were assigned a random genre at the Kickoff Event last Friday, right before the start of the competition.

New thriller ‘Gone Girl’ is a sleek web with too many threads

By Jami Ganz -

While it does possess all the key-makings of any great film–an A-list lead, dynamic supporting stars, strategic cinematography and an intelligent script–“Gone Girl” lacks something. It doesn’t jump off the screen in the way that one anticipates a critically acclaimed...