Masters of Movies Blog

  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Review

    Right up there with Tarantino’s finest work. "Once Upon A Time in Hollywood" is a heartfelt celebration of everything that’s magical about the mov...
  • Midsommar Spoiler Free Review

      "Midsommar" was a spellbinding, disorienting, and disturbing experience. I don’t think I’ve ever mouthed the words “what the fuck” so many times ...
  • Quentin Tarantino's Films Ranked From Best to Worst

    Quentin Tarantino stormed Hollywood in the first half of the 90s with back to back hits with "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction", and since then h...
  • Stanley Kubrick's Films Ranked Best to Worst

    With a career spanning 50 years and 13 feature films and an expensive exploration across many genres, Stanley Kubrick is regarded by many as the g...
  • Paul Thomas Anderson's Films Ranked Best to Worst

    So today as of writing this post, is Paul Thomas Anderson's 49th birthday. With a filmography spanning over 20 years, there is no arguing that PTA...
  • The Best Cheap Camera Monitor for Filmmakers - Andycine A6 Lite Review

    A great camera monitor is an essential part of a filmmaker's toolkit, the built in monitors on our cameras just aren't big enough for nailing shar...
  • Most Anticipated Films of 2019

    Overall 2018 was a pretty decent year for cinema, it wasn't great but it wasn't terrible either. With a fresh year ahead of us there's so much to l...
  • Do You Need to Go to Film School?

    A question I get asked constantly during my Q&A sessions is "Should I go to film school?" or "How did you get a job if you didn't go to film s...
  • Top 10 Films of 2018

    Overall 2018 was quite a decent year for cinema, far from a great year but far from a bad year either. I really enjoyed a lot of films from last y...