Need a Movie Review? Here’s a List of Over 200 Movie Review Websites

 

Film Courage is often asked to review films. At one time we had a few reviewers on board, but no longer provide movie reviews.

Here is a list of film reviewers that we’ve compiled (no specific affiliation, just plain web searches).

This list is a work-in-progress. We are happy to add more names if you have suggestions (just email us via our contact page here). We plan on linking to these individual’s sites/blogs in the coming weeks. To begin, we’ve prepared this list and hope if you are in need of a review, are able to reach out to them.

In need of other filmmaker/screenwriter/actor resources?  Check out this page here for more info.

 

Thanks!

 

 

A

Adamthemoviegod
A Bright Wall in a Dark Room
A Bucket of Corn
A life in 24 fps
A Mighty Fine Blog
A Nutshell Review
Abus de ciné
Actionfreunde.de
Afrofilmviewer
ALDMovieland
alibi.com
Always Watch Good Movies
Amoeba.com
Andy’s Film Blog
Angeliki Coconi’s Unsung Films
Antepenúltimo Mohicano
AppsScraps Movies
Arrow in the Head
Arthouse Grindhouse
Austin Chronicle

 

 

B

 

B. Fatt & Lazy
Bakiniz.com
Beboti
Beneath the Underground
Best Movies List
Big Thoughts From a Small Mind
Bina007 Movies
Bleedingcritic.com
Bloody Disgusting
Blu-ray.com
Box office poison
Briandom

 

C

 

Cairo 360
CanalTCM.com
Captain Charismas Filmblogg
Carmattos
Chicago Tribune
Cin’Edhec
Cinapse
Cine Divergente
Cine para leer
Cine.gr
CineClandestino.it
Cinefacts
Cinelogue
Cinema365
CineSnob
CinEuphoria
Cinema Autopsy
Cinema Blend
Cinema Sights
CinemaSlasher
Cinema Verdict
Cinemag.gr
Cinemagazine
CinematicConsiderations.com
Cinemajunkie
Cinephilia.Gr
Cinerama.no
CityNews.ca
Combustible Celluloid
Common Sense Media
Como en botica
Compuserve
Constantlycalibrating.com
Corndog Chats
Creative Loafing
Critic’s Notebook
Critic.de
CriticsCinema
Cultural Transmogrifier
Culturazzi
Culture Crypt

 

D

 

Daily Film Dose
Dandyspoke
Desert Entertainer
Después de 1984
Die Furche
Digyorkshire.com
Docutastic
Don’t Do Acid, Guys
Dorkosphere
Dread Central
DreadWorld.com
DVD Bits
DVDBeaver
DVDcompare.net
DVD Talk

 

E

Ecranlarge.com
Edward Copeland on Film
eFilmCritic Reviews
El Espectador Imaginario
Elitisti
El Fanzine
Empire Magazine
Entertainment Fuse
Epd Film
Epinions.com
Erik Kersten
Erik Lundegaard
Exclaim!
Eye Weekly
EyeForFilm.co.uk
Extreme Horror Cinema

 

F

Failed Critics
Fangoria
FatherSonHolyGore
Ferdy on Films
Film för alla
FilmBoy
Filmchecker
FilmCrave.com
FilmDoo
FilmDude
Film-Forward.com
Filmforalla.se
Filmgazette
Film Inquiry
Film Intuition
Filmofiel.nl
Filmphonic.com
Film School Rejects
Filmstarts.de
Film Totaal
Filmreporter.de
FilmSnobReviews.com
Filmsoundoff.com
Filmstarts.de
Filmsweep
Filmzentrale
Film-zeit.de
FirstShowing.net
Flickfeast
Flickering Myth
Found Footage Files Podcast
FoundFootageCritic

 

G

Georgia Straight
Great Movie Reviews
Groarr.ch
Grouchyeditor.com

 

H

Haddonfieldhorror.com
Happyotter
Heavenofhorror.com
HellHorror.com
HK and Cult Film News
Hollywood Jesus
HollywoodSoapbox.com
Hoopla.nu
Horror Bar
HorrorCultFilms
Horror Movie Diary
HorrorNews.net

 

I

IdFilm
IFC.com
Ikassenshow.dk
Ilovefilmdoyou?
Independent.co.uk
Ipa.world
It’s Movie Time
Influx Magazine
Irish Film Critic

 

J

Jam! Movies
Jbspins.blogspot.com
Jigsaw Lounge

 

K

Kees’ Crapcorner
Kino-zeit.de

 

L

 

LaButaca.net
Le Blog du Cinéma
Lethallexicon.wordpress.com
Letterboxd
Los Angeles Times
LA Weekly
Love Horror

 

M

Manifest – Das Filmmagazin
Mark Reviews Movies
Matiere Focale.com
Meinkino.ch
More Than One Lesson
Moviebreak.de
Movie 2 Movie
Movie Machine
Movie Monster
MovieMania.sk
MovieMaze.de
Movienerd.de
Movieplayer.it
Movie Talk
MOVIEcracy
Moria.co.nz
Movie-blogger.com
MyFILM.gr
MYmovies.it

N

Negativ
Nerdly.co.uk
New York Times
Next Projection
NightsAndWeekends.com
NPR

O

Ohthatfilmblog.com
OndaCinema
Outlawvern.com
OutNow.CH

P

 

Paralelsinema.com
Paste Magazine
Paullevinson.blogspot.com
Phil on Film
Philadelphia Weekly
Pick ‘n’ Mix Flix
Pissedoffgeek.com
Público/Ipsilon

 

Q

Quickflix

R

ReallyAwfulMovies.com
Realeyz.tv
Reel.gr
Reel Film Reviews
Reelhonestreviews.com
Reeling Reviews
ReelTalk
Rvue24Images.com
Rich On Film
Ricky Russell
Ripple Effects
Roger Walker-Dack’s 5 Minute Movie Guide
Row Three
RogeEbert.com
Rolling Stone
Ruthless Reviews
Rue Morgue

S

 

Salty Popcorn
Search my Trash
Sam Rubin with KTLA
San Francisco Chronicle
Schnitt Online
Scream: The Horror Magazine
ScreenRelish
Screen Daily.com
Screen Fanatic
ScreenAnarchy
Screeningmovies
Shockya
Sky.com
Slant Magazine
Smells Like Screen Spirit
Sound On Sight
Spiked-online.com
Sreenread.de
Surrender to the Void
Splats of Blood

T

 

Tassoula’s Movie Review Blog
TAZ
TerrorWeekend.com
ThatMomentIn.com
The Austin Chronicle
The B-Movie Shelf
The BigScreen Cinema Guide
The Bull Pen
The Critical Movie Critics
The Flickering Wall
The Fresh Films
The House Next Door
The Horror Club
TheHorrorShow.TV
The Incredible Suit
The Independent Critic
The Missoulian
The Movie Waffler
The Movie Scene
The NYC Movie Guru
The Onion A.V. Club
The Other View
The Scene Style
TheShiznit.co.uk
The Supernaughts
The Steve Pulaski Message Board
The Village Voice
The Video Vacuum
The Voracious Filmgoer
The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre
The Wolfman Cometh
Time Out New York
Tips from Chip
Top Found Footage Films
Toppraffel.se
TotalFilm.com
Tracking Shots
Trash Film Guru
Trick or Treat Radio
Twitch

U

 

UK Horror Scene
Uncultured Critic
UnGrandMoment.be
Upcomingdiscs.com

V

Variety
ViewLondon

W

Way Too Indie
We Got This Covered
Wicked Horror
WickedChannel.com
Words from the Master

X

Y

Youth FM

Z

Z At the Movies
ZekeFilm.org

Numbered

28 Days Later Analysis
411mania.com
7M Pictures

 

 

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