Irrfan Khan, Omar Sy and Sidse Babett Knudsen join Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in the movie adaptation of Dan Brown's Inferno.
Let's do a little voting while we prep our final predictions as we are looking at a battle between Birdman and Boyhood in some major Oscar categories this Sunday.
The Duke of Burgundy is a true piece of cinematic art, a tense drama, drenched in as much romance as it is love and anxiety.
Brad spends the first ten minutes or so clearing a bit of frustration before we did into all fifteen Oscar-nominated short films, discuss the week's new DVD and Blu-ray releases and play a few games.
There are some solid titles to consider this week, whether for purchase or rental, as you have Birdman coming to DVD and Blu-ray along with "Game of Thrones", The Theory of Everything, St. Vincent and more.
Victoria is a 134 minute long heist thriller captured in one take over 20 locations and Adopt Films has acquired it for domestic release. Watch the trailer now!
Watch the trailer for Champs, the upcoming boxing documentary hitting theaters an iTunes on March 13.
The might of anonymity reigns as one Academy member allegedly won't be voting for Boyhood because they believe it's about people who are "garbage" and "losers".
Perhaps the hardest Oscar categories to predict each year are the short film categories, so I've taken a look at all fifteen nominees in the Live Action, Documentary and Animated Short Film categories and have some predictions to share.
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) award goes to Emmanuel Lubezki (Birdman) while the Motion Picture Sound Editors also handed out their awards.