MoviefiedNYC’s Top 10 movies of 2016

John David West’s Top 10 Films of 2016 10. Hacksaw Ridge Mel Gibson (yep Mad Mel is back) and Hacksaw Ridge proves to be a better venture than his previous outings. The film is sometimes a little schmaltzy with the typical Hollywood, man against all odds, American glory, and pious, good-versus-evil sentimentality, but in actuality […]

Ten Best [Film and TV] Actresses of All Time

The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, found at GALECA.or and @DorianAwards, announced its members’ collective picks for the organization’s latest “Ten Best” list: GALECA’s Ten Best Actresses of All Time. The 160-plus members of GALECA, a nonprofit group comprised of professional film and TV critics and entertainment journalists in the U.S., Canada and the U.K., […]

Five Classic Horror Movies from the Zealot

Sure, you could watch a classic horror movie this like Halloween, Psycho, or The Thing, but why not try some offbeat chillers to give you the holiday shivers? Here are 5 flicks guaranteed to raise the goosebumps. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) This film version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s tale of a scientist’s experiments […]

MoviefiedNYC Best Movies of 2015

It’s finally on, MoviefiedNYC‘s Ten Best Movies of 2015. The year proved to be a pretty good year for movies, a good year for women in film, a good year for LGBT movies, and a very good year for testosterone-induced action films with depth, craft, and fun! It was, indeed, a fun year at the movies! […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Favorite Posters 2015

Deciding to go to a movie involves many factors. You could be going to see the work of your favorite actor, screen writer, director and then sometimes, there it is, it catches you by surprise, the movie poster. It has been more than one poster that has peaked my curiosity enough to see a film […]

The Best of 2015 So Far

It’s the middle of July already and much has happened on screen so far in 2015. Jurassic World has broken box office records to become the number one movie followed by—no surprise—Avengers: Age of Ultron and Furious 7. There have been some unique comedies with great ensemble performances including the hilarious vampire mockumentary What we do in the […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Best of 2014

2014 was filled with the typical crop of blockbuster flops (Winter’s Tale, and The Legend of Hercules), a block buster not based on a comic book (Edge of Tomorrow), and blockbuster winners (Guardians of the Galaxy). We saw the typical formulaic comedies, some hits, the Skeleton Twins, some misses (A Million Ways to Die in the […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

David’s Top Five Most Anticipated Movies of 2014 1. Inherent Vice – Director Paul Thomas Anderson  Why? P.T. Anderson, that’s why!   2. The Grand Budapest Hotel  – Director Wes Anderson I’m excited to return to Anderson’s world.    3. Mr. Turner – Director Mike Leigh working again with his Topsy-Turvy, Secrets & Lies star Timothy Spall.   4. The Lobster – Director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth)  A […]

Mid-Week Pick Me Up: Jason Statham

Jason Statham stares death in the face every damn day of his career. He races cars, hunts down cop killers, and makes phone calls whilst falling out of helicopters. He’s basically the British Chuck Norris. So if you want your hump day to feature some manly action moves with some kick ass choreography, a lot […]

MoviefiedNYC’s Top 5 Horror Films

There seems to be a variety of definitions for the horror genre out there. Wikipedia defines the horror genre as “seeking to elicit a negative emotional reaction from viewers by playing on the audience’s primal fears.” Here at MoviefiedNYC my partner, Myrna, defines horror as something that causes her to cover her mouth to keep from screaming, and […]