G-S-T Year In Review – Marc’s 2014 Wrap Up

2014 was certainly a banner year for film. Unlikely properties pulled in record numbers at the box office while Hollywood again learned the hard way that rehashes of established brands, and unnecessary sequels, are not what people want. To be honest, the movies that failed to pull in favorable ticket sales have only themselves to […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Underrated British Comedies

Editor’s Note: In anticipation of Edgar Wright’s upcoming film The World’s End (which hits theaters in August) this Top 10 list is a guest post that comes to us from Zeke Iddon, a writer at the New York Film Academy. Much greater than the loose collection of stereotypes which British humour sometimes gets painted with, […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Movies Off The Beaten Path – Round 4

After a two-month hiatus, we’re back with the next installment of “Movies off the Beaten Path”. Movies, and the entertainment business, can be highly hit or miss because of ranging tastes in film and how people approach the medium. Sometimes, for whatever reason, you hear about a movie and have no desire to see it […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Movies Off The Beaten Path…Round 3

Going just a bit deeper in to my movie memory and scanning GoSeeTalk’s “Sacred Shelves” and Netflix Instant for some recommendations I’ve lined up 10 more films you may have overlooked. Keep in mind that these aren’t snubbed Oscar winners, but they all have something we think makes them worth watching at least once. Hope you find […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Most Bankable Hollywood Actresses

Editor’s Note: Go,See,Talk presents this post from our guest contributing writer and friend of GST from across the pond. Dan Stephens is the managing editor and founder of  Top10Films.co.uk. Not one to muck about with editorials and irreverent news articles, Dan and his fellow contributors hammer out awesome and definitive Top 10 lists. So have a look at his latest concoction and we implore you […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Movies Off The Beaten Path…Round 2

Netflix continues to surprise and delight with its film recommendations, despite the lesser known features it often suggests, and many of the films from this list can be found in the instant queue…Sometimes a movie’s obscurity or lack of fan-fare can actually help a movie, as it will be free of hype and allow you […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Woody Allen Films

Let’s face it, there are a lot of great directors out there. Often we find a director we love and whose career we subsequently follow through each new film release. Other times, we know a director through only one or two of his films, when in reality there is a long list of great ones […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Movies Off The Beaten Path…

Movies, and the entertainment business, can be highly hit or miss because of ranging tastes in film and how people approach the medium. Sometimes, for whatever reason, you hear about a movie and have no desire to see it and don’t. You may even avoid it at all cost. In other cases you have no […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Kick-Ass Films To Kick Off Your Summer

They say that there ain’t no cure for the summertime blues, but hopefully that’s not true. After some thought I think I have one remedy for all you heat riddled film fans in the form of 10 incendiary and bombastic action titles. These flicks serve aren’t like any of Christopher Nolan’s intellectual roller-coaster rides, but rather fun […]

G-S-T Year in Review – Marc's 2011 Wrap Up

Last year at G-S-T, we started our own unique year end Top 10. This year we have another batch of films we’d like to hi-light as being equally good, bad or something in between. Smiles, laughs and cries were had and just like our list last year, I didn’t see everything we wanted to but […]

G-S-T Year In Review – Bill's 2011 Wrap Up

Editor’s Note: Go,See,Talk presents this Top 10 post from our guest contributing writer Bill Graham. Writing for movie blogs like The Film Stage and Collider.com, Bill has seen many of this year’s high profile and most anticipated films. In the coming weeks Bill will be writing for Go,See,Talk as a contributing writer but for now have […]

G-S-T Year In Review – Andrew's 2011 Wrap Up

2011 is almost over and our new writer Andrew Crump of A Constant Visual Feast  has compiled his list of year end Award Winners for Go,See,Talk. Not content to have just one wrap up post, Andrew actually created 2 “Best Of” lists (the other you’ll find here and here on his site). Have a look at […]

G-S-T Year In Review – Grady’s 2011 Wrap Up

This year went by pretty fast and like Ferris Bueller once said about life, “if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it“. Well, a decent number of films got by me, but I managed to lock in on a few of the best (and worst) of 2011. With […]

G-S-T Quick 5 – Things I Never Understood About 'Star Wars'

For the umpteenth time Star Wars has be re-released to the masses but for the first time ever it is available on Blu Ray…well sort of. In the SW universe there’s a fan base that has an absolute split contention about as polar as the Dark and Light side of the Force. It’s between fans of the […]

G-S-T Top 10 – Double Takes; An Exercise in Film Redundancies – UPDATED

Today’s Top 10 focuses on movies that are “So Nice (And Not So Nice) They Made Them Twice”. Basically it’s about the same film we pay to see more than once…and we may not even realize it. Allow me to explain. Sometimes Hollywood will release two films around the same time with surprisingly similar themes, plots, etc. […]