About Jeremy Urquhart
Jeremy is an omnivore when it comes to his movie-watching diet. He'll gladly watch and write about almost anything, from old Godzilla films to gangster flicks to samurai movies to classic musicals to the French New Wave to the MCU... well, maybe not the Disney+ shows.
His favorite directors include Martin Scorsese, Sergio Leone, Akira Kurosawa, Quentin Tarantino, Werner Herzog, John Woo, Bob Fosse, Fritz Lang, Guillermo del Toro, and Yoji Yamada. He's also very proud of the fact that he's seen every single Nicolas Cage movie released before 2022, even though doing so often felt like a tremendous waste of time. He's plagued by the question of whether or not The Room is genuinely terrible or some kind of accidental masterpiece, and has been for more than 12 years (and a similar number of viewings).
When he's not writing lists - and the occasional feature article - for Collider, he also likes to upload film reviews to his Letterboxd profile (username: Jeremy Urquhart) and Instagram account.
Believe it or not, some Oscar winners don't overstay their welcome.
Even Academy Award voters can't resist some exciting action every now and then.
For better or worse, no one makes films quite like Peter Greenaway.
Movies that'll make you say: "Hoo-ah!"
Godzilla Minus One is a treasure trove of callbacks and easter eggs for fans of this long-running series.
"Innocent? Is that supposed to be funny?"
"Yeah, see take a look at these here gangster classics, see?"
Big movies that won big at the Academy Awards.
Simply having a terrible Christmastime.
These are the best live-action fantasy movies.
The decade might still be young, but it's already given us some great Japanese movies.
The horror masters reveal all their secrets.
"Cowboys to the left of me, soldiers to the right..."
You keen for some Joaquin?
How does one rank a filmography so strong?