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© 2019 Clayton Hauck. Courtesy of 50 Eggs Films

“Rowing is as old as time itself. And for so long the terrain of favorite sons of famous families in places far, far away from the West Side; light years away.” Mary Mazzio’s new documentary A Most Beautiful Thing is about the first African American high school rowing team in the US. At least that’s what you would think at first glance. As the film slowly unfolds it becomes very clear that what this film is up to runs much, much deeper. 

FRN REVIEW - Joker Sends Mixed Messages

Jan 22, 2020
Warner Bros. Pictures

As films like Parasite and Knives Out put on a clinic eviscerating the upper crust’s ambivalence toward those under its heel, Joker looks like an insecure delinquent screaming from the back of the class that he’s just as smart as the teacher’s pets. Joker is troll level incitement - low information, low insight, high self-confidence.

FLASHBACK - Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Oct 23, 2019
New Line Cinema

#MonsterCast isn't just great because we get to talk all the horror films we can get our hands on! It's also great because we get to welcome back one of our favorite shows! After a long hiatus #Flashback is officially... back! And we're jumping back onto the nostalgia train by looking at Wes Craven's New Nightmare. A demonic force has chosen Freddy Krueger as its portal to the real world. Can Heather Langenkamp play the part of Nancy one last time and trap the evil trying to enter our world?

Every October once again brings MONSTERCAST to the Front Row Network! We're once again very excited to bring you our personal rankings of the 2nd annual HuluWeen Film Fest. These are 7 horror shorts from up and coming film-makers competing for the top prize of $50,000 toward making their short into a feature film. Which of the shorts tops our list? You'll have to listen to find out!

FEATURING: Jeremy Goeckner & Sara Baltusevich

It's one of the most divisive films of the year and probably one that will be for quite some time after. Joaquin Phoenix brings the character of the Joker to new life in Todd Phillips' truly bleak Gotham City origin one-shot. Now it's time for the #FullDisclosure treatment. In Gotham City, mentally-troubled comedian Arthur Fleck embarks on a downward-spiral of social revolution and bloody crime. This path brings him face-to-face with his infamous alter-ego: "The Joker".