Boxing Movie Reviews
The film about a man who believes he’s legendary boxer Joe Louis won the top honor in Slamdance’s Episodes section
Palookaville director Theodore Collatos talks Joe Louis, surrealism, and the Slamdance Film Festival
The writer and director of Palookaville discusses his project with Bad Left Hook ahead of a premiere at the 2023 Slamdance Film Festival
Lawrence Gilliard Jr and Al Sapienza have unspecified roles in the upcoming 2023 release
The award-winning independent film hits theaters and digital platforms on February 11th
"I must watch you."
Showtime’s gripping documentary tells the tale of two fighters from the Southside of Chicago.
Though nothing particularly original or great, Diggstown remains a thoroughly fun watch 28 years after its release.
The 1996 satire takes aim at a failing boxing business and the schemes its money men are willing to back.
The Best Picture winner for 1976 may not be the best boxing film ever made, but it is the greatest success in the sport’s rich history on film, and a lasting phenomenon.
The Boxing Movie Review series continues with the John Huston-directed Fat City from 1972.