For anyone interested in Hollywood producing movies beyond big-budget franchises and sequels, here are 13 under-the-radar films to check out this fall.
‘Stuber’ showcases the hypocrisy endemic in Hollywood, which admonishes Middle America for holding retrograde or taboo values while fiddling with those same values and laughing all the way to the bank.
Still, don’t let the film fool you into thinking plucky political insurgents who fancy socialism are necessarily better than the status quo alternative.
Google search results label ‘Unplanned’ a propaganda film, but ‘Triumph of the Will’ a history/war movie.
This isn’t your typical cheesy Christian film but, given the message, it’s likely to attract a niche audience that already knows the truth about abortion.
It explores dynamics within the pro-life movement between sidewalk counselors who offer hope to women and protestors who take a more aggressive approach.
How a fabled film, long in the works, was ultimately released––and triumphed.
After viewing the nearly impossible to find movie, the Federalist Radio Hour discusses the questions about sexual power imbalances raised by Louis C.K.
Producer of the upcoming movie, “Gosnell,” joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share how she found this story and the challenges they faced in getting this movie made.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss some major media reporting fails from CNN and the New York Times.
Mary Katharine Ham talks to director Eugene Jarecki about his new documentary, “The King,” and what Elvis can tell us about modern day culture and politics.
Writer and Director Courtney Balaker sits down with Federalist Radio to discuss the process of movie making, storytelling, and eminent domain.
Mary Katharine Ham gets her feet wet with the Star Wars franchise on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour with Kristen Soltis Anderson.
The Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein joins Federalist Radio to trace Paul Ryan’s career and what will happen to Republicans when he leaves.
Joshua Levine’s book, ‘Dunkirk: The History Behind the Motion Picture,’ provides valuable insight into one of the most stirring episodes of World War II, and nicely illustrates the strength and resolve of British culture.
In 2017, movie theaters have screened special 35mm showings, a publisher has released a coffee table art book, and the Collector’s Edition Blu-ray released last fall is still a bestseller.
So, does the film do away with Uncle Ben’s nugget of wisdom, ‘With great power comes great responsibility’? No, it’s just softer in this film.
This is essentially a slasher movie in space. And despite its talented cast and eye-popping effects, ‘Life’ doesn’t offer much substance beneath the sizzle.
Sometimes monster movies aren’t really about the CGI monsters; they’re about the monsters creating fear in our own lives.
The newest Wolverine movie transcends genre, delivering stellar performances and a plot full of loss, pain, hope, and redemption. This is a must-see film.
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