Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive turns five this year and it still stands up as one of the best films of the decade.Read more "Drive: A Five Year Retrospective"
Grant and Zac take a belated look at Inside Llewyn Davis, the latest from the Coen brothers, which hasn’t settled with audiences the way many of their other classics have.Read more "Dissecting Inside Llewyn Davis: Llewyn Is the Cat"
Inside Llewyn Davis is the latest from the always stellar Coen Brothers and this folk music tale is no different, lingering in your head long after you’ve left the theater.Read more "Film Review: Inside Llewyn Davis"
Baz Luhrmann brings The Great Gatsby to the big screen with a style and visual wonder that is irresistible, even when the story doesn’t connect as firmly as it could.Read more "Film Review: The Great Gatsby"
It was a great year for films, here are some highlights from the writers of HST. [Sorry to blow you away with my expressive introduction, it’s just my talent shining through]Read more "HST’s Best of 2011: Movies"
Steve McQueen’s Shame features the best performance of the year in Michael Fassbender and might also be the best film of 2011 on top of that.Read more "Film Review: Shame"
I don’t know if I would go as far as Zac does by saying that Drive is the best film of the year considering just how different it is from Bridesmaids and Super 8 (my previous favorites) and thus are pretty incomparable, but I’ll call it a three way tie.Read more "Film Review: Drive"
Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest feature, Drive, is the best film of the year. Sucking you into the dark and intense world of the Driver, played pitch perfectly by Ryan Gosling, the film will not leave you anytime soon after.Read more "Film Review: Drive"