If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Me, cuz I want to hear all about it. Especially if these Ghostbusters are involved.Read more "Film Review: Ghostbusters"
Fantastic Mr. Fox is five years old this fall, but with Grand Budapest Hotel releasing this week it feels appropriate to discuss how well Wes Anderson’s animated adventure has aged in such a short time.Read more "5 Year Retrospective: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel finds him operating at the peak of his powers and as confident as he’s ever been.Read more "Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Lauren: World War II has always been a strong source of inspiration for the movie industry, so it’s almost surprising that The Monuments Men is able to bring a new side of this war to light. It’s definitely an interesting aspect of this war, I just don’t know if this movie is what it needed.Read more "Dissecting The Monuments Men"
The latest entry from Wes Anderson is another pretty great work for his filmography as Moonrise Kingdom might be his weirdest and most exciting film yet.Read more "Film Review: Moonrise Kingdom"
Hello internet perusers! We are back with round 2 of the four part year break down of things to come. Between April and June, the writers on HST have plenty that we are looking forward to in movies, music, and games,, and we want to share them with you. No, none of these are April […]Read more "Looking Ahead to 2012: Quarter 2 (April – June)"
Wes Anderson returns to the screen with a film that fits into his little world only this time with a bunch of talking animals from the wonderful fable by Roald Dahl. Mr. Fox was always a daring individual, and stole live stock for a living before he met Mrs. Fox and was planning on having […]Read more "Review: Fantastic Mr. Fox"
Wes Anderson’s “action” movie sticks to the themes that you find in a lot of his films and the results are a fantastic blend of adventure, farce, humor, sadness, and drama that not only gives us Anderson’s spin on the action/adventure genre drama but serves as an excellent character study of a man on the […]Read more "The Decade’s Best: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)"
The latest from Jim Jarmusch is an odd and interesting picture that looks fantastic, has some nice moments, but leaves one scratching their head almost as much as they are enjoying the picture. The film follows and unnamed man who is “on the job” but we are never really led on to what that job […]Read more "Review: The Limits of Control"