The list of best movie critics and bloggers to follow
Eye For Film aims to take a fresh look at film, DVD, features and filmmaking and invite our visitors to get involved through our competitions.
As independent film grows in popularity and the latest films and classics are released in cinemas, Netflix, MUBI, Curzon World, TV and cinemas, Filmuforia covers these – all in one place.
Looking for some action? Then you’ve come to the right place; we’ve got action heroes, martial arts, exploitation and movies generally with a huge body count. The Action Elite covers action movies old and new.
Live for Films came about as a place for me to share things which I found interesting with my friends. Other people seem to dig it. I do a bit of painting, a bit of drawing, a bit of blogging and I have a beard.
Welcome to MaddWolf.com. Here you’ll find reviews of the latest films as well as VOD recommendations, our latest podcast episodes, and other assorted fun stuff!
Don Shanahan is the creator/founder/blogger of Every Movie Has a Lesson. Here you can find a lot of movie reviews, infographics, and movie-related content.
Films, TV, streaming, music, books, tech, creativity. Positive opinion and constructive criticism.
The Spool is an irreverent, informative source for film and television coverage, focused on diverse, thoughtful opinions that seek out a greater understanding of the media we love.
Welcome to Lyles Movie Files! I have no interest in playing the stuffy critic. I’m a regular movie viewer like everyone else — I just need to write to get my thoughts out. I try to keep the reviews spoiler-free and am always up for discussion even when folks disagree.
Movie reviews, Oscar predictions, podcasts.
SpoilerFreeReviews is a communal place for passionate content junkies to read the latest reviews on Movies, TV, Music, Comics, Video Games and more. Join us as we steer you to the best content to consume without spoiling it.
In 2001 John Campea began blogging (keeping a web based journal where he would share his experiences, thoughts, opinions and interesting links with people). He realized that more and more he was posting thoughts about film… so in 2003 he started up The Movie Blog. It’s just that simple.
Film Freak Central is creating in-depth reviews of new films and Blu-rays. We've been around for 22 years. We're good for it.
Firstly, you’re probably asking yourself, “Who or what are the twins?” Well, they’re Mike and Joel Massie, a.k.a. “The Massie Twins,” a set of identical twin film critics who have been professionally reviewing movies full time since 2007, appearing on TV, radio, online, and in print. They are the authors of the book “The Movies that Time Forgot” and are members of the Phoenix Critics Circle and the Internet Film Critic Society. And they’re here to bring you the very best film reviews this side of the 8th dimension.
Matt’s Movie Reviews is an entertainment website created, edited, and written by freelance film critic Matthew Pejkovic. Located in Sydney, Australia, Matthew Pejkovic has contributed film reviews and interviews to various online and print publications.
I attend the cinema a lot, mainly due to the Cineworld Unlimited Card, I review each film I watch. I also review films that are on Netflix UK, Amazon Video, Sky Cinema, Blu Ray and DVD.
Edwin Arnaudin is a staff writer for Mountain Xpress in Asheville, North Carolina. He is a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) and the North Carolina Film Critics Association (NCFCA).
A lot of interesting and fun reviews on the latest movie releases.
The MacGuffin is a website dedicated to exploring the world of film and TV. Topics include new releases, film festivals, independent filmmakers, and pretty much anything worth talking about.
Movie and DVD reviews for the thoughtful and passionate. By Jeffrey M. Anderson. Online Since 1997. An ongoing project offering discussions, reviews, and theories on the World's Greatest Movies.
Doug Jamieson is a freelance film critic and entertainment industry journalist. He is the Editor and Founder of The Jam Report and a Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic. Doug is also the Awards Editor of Filmotomy and a regular contributor at the AU review.
The DC Review Blog is a WordPress hosted blog, aimed primarily at reviewing all things entertainment – this includes movies (both new and old), television shows and possibly more in the near future.
Born in 1998, Rendy Jones has been in love with movies ever since he watched his first home video as a child. With a huge passion for film that he wears on his sleeve, Jones was determined to become a filmmaker and associate himself with the art form no matter what. In February 2012, at the age of 13, Rendy Jones began self-publishing his own reviews on his own website and still does to this day.
I love talking about movies, and someday hope to write a screenplay. I enjoy a wide range of film styles and can appreciate the art in most. Since the summer of 2013 I have been writing about the movies I see and will continue to do so for as long as I can because my love of film will never fade.
Offering a unique perspective on just about anything related to pop culture is the main driving force behind Cinematique
Mark's Remarks is the home of all of Mark de Graaf's writing, publishing three reviews a week at the current rate featuring old and new films. You can follow him on Facebook and know exactly when new work is posted.
Conventional online interfaces only do so much: they sell the very latest product and provide computerised recommendations based on algorithms. film-authority.com is not like that. These are personal recommendations, watched and shared. The films featured are (almost all) online, and I saw something of merit in each of these films, so there’s few one or two star reviews; three means I enjoyed it, four means I really enjoyed it and five means a stone cold classic. A few get ripped apart for sport as No Awards.
It all started 8 years ago. I was tired of writing for others and having my work overlooked, underpaid, and not appreciated. So created a space to tell the stories that matter to us. I wanted to have a home where writers voices would not be muted, and they would be compensated for their time. In the eight years we have grown tremendously and managed not only to cover film and tv nationally but also internationally. We want to be the voice for established creatives but introduce you to new voices. Hence when you read our stories, they fill up your Soul.
Movie Meister Reviews is a place where one person who likes films tells you about those films and why he likes them... you know, what most critics are except this one is occasionally comedically self-deprecating about his lack of importance. Filled with reviews of just about any current film that's available to a hobbyist who hasn't worked out how to turn this into a career yet, you should read as many of them as possible and make the person who writes them feel happy.
Action, Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Drama, Romance or Science Fiction it doesn`t matter because I love all genres of film. I do have my favorites, but each possesses a little something that holds a special place in my heart. Understand the reviews you read here are just my opinion, and all films are subjective. So if you agree or disagree it’s all good, and leave your opinions in the comment section. So again, welcome to my website where you can view my opinions on all the latest films, and thank you for stopping by. Enjoy!
Al Lerner is a member of Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle and SAG/AFTRA. He and Linda, have been covering film, film festivals and interviewing on Red Carpets to get what you want to know about the movies. Al is known for being a Sports Anchor/Reporter for ABC (WLS- TV News Chicago), and a Feature Reporter for NBC (WMAQ-TV news Chicago). Also recognized as a major radio personality and talk show host on WGN Radio and syndicated on nationally syndicated radio interviewing high profile celebrities in film, entertainment, sports as well as politicians and Presidents. Al is also a Creative for Apple in downtown Chicago.
Tessa Smith AKA Mama's Geeky is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations.
Nate Adams is a professional, Michigan based, online and print critic for film, theatre, and television. A 2017 Theatre-Speech Communications graduate of Siena Heights University in Adrian, MI, Nate is a proud member of the Detroit Film Critics Society and is humbled to be a Rotten Tomatoes approved critic with his reviews widely publicized and seen across national platforms (including, VICE, The Daily Mail, and Movietickets.com). Nate travels around the state reviewing local theatre productions in Southeastern, Michigan into Metro Detroit, including the coveted Broadway in Detroit series and sporadically serves as a guest critic on FOX 2 Detroit's own entertainment program “CriticLee Speaking” alongside host Lee Thomas.
A cultural-review website edited by Neal Pollack, “The Greatest Living American Writer.” We publish smart, funny commentary from the Internet’s best writers. Book and Film Globe features movie reviews, film essays and criticism, book reviews and first-person literary essays. We also cover TV and streaming entertainment.
Battleship Pretension is a movie discussion podcast started in 2007 by Tyler Smith and David Bax. Since then, we've done live comedy shows, written reviews, commentaries, and more!
TYLER SMITH is a film critic and college professor. He graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2004 with a degree in Film/Video and received his Master’s Degree in Cinema and Media Studies from UCLA in 2018. Since 2007, he has co-hosted the popular film theory podcast BATTLESHIP PRETENSION, discussing the various aspects of cinema.
Elements of Madness is an entertainment website focused on cinematic releases past, present, and future. With so many channels to watch films, and more arriving every day, EoM seeks to help cut through the clutter by focusing on not just the big studio pieces, but also the smaller indie pictures hitting theaters and streaming services.
We got married and put together our DVD collections. Then we just kept adding to it. Then we started a podcast. Then we decided to share even more of what we love about movies here.
Zaki Hasan is a professor of communication and media studies co-founder of Mr. Boy Productions, an LA-based independent media company. A media scholar and critic for more than twenty years, Zaki is a member of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle whose film reviews and analyses have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, IGN, Birth.Movies.Death, HufPost, Philly Weekly, Fandor, and Sequart, and he is co-host of the MovieFilm Podcast and Nostalgia Theater.
A website dedicated to world cinema, television, and OTT content for a global audience. With the latest news, articles, reviews, and more. The World of Movies promotes content created by “YOU.”
Welcome to the Ooh Tray: reviews you can trust. But won’t.
Strange Harbors is a pop culture blog run by writer Jeffrey Zhang in his spare time that publishes in-depth reviews, retrospectives, and video content. The blog is dedicated to exploring the shores of film, television, and media.
Acinemalens isn’t only a place for writers to honed their writing skills while also developing their knowledge about film intrinsically and extrinsically, but also a platform for people to gain insight and understanding of film no matter how subjective it is.
I’m James Stone and I am a freelance reviewer, blogger and aspiring comic book Writer from the UK. With a passion for all things Science Fiction, Superheroes, Martial Arts and more. I read it, watch it and write about it.
I've been a film critic since 2001, running Mark Reviews Movies and contributing to various outlets, including RogerEbert.com. I've increased my output in the past few years, publishing up to nine reviews each week of Hollywood, independent, and foreign films.
I’m MaryAnn Johanson: writer and ponderer from New York City now living in London who thinks way too much about such inconsequences as movies, TV, books, and the meaning of life. I founded FlickFilosopher.com in September 1997, which means it’s one of the oldest film sites on the Web. It has been operating continually since then.
Film critic for Boulder Weekly and Metro Arts on KGNU. Guest programmer for University of Colorado Boulder’s International Film Series.
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