Cinephile: A Card Game (Game)
Play quizmaster at home or over video chat with this “stylish and addictive card game for film nerds” (GQ), featuring, 150 cards and multiple ways to play.
This card-based party game is a well-crafted mix of sleek design, pop culture, and film—sure to be a hit at any game night, family gathering, movie night, or even as an ice breaker for your new book club. With multiple ways to play based on difficulty level ranging from casual movie-goer to bonafide film nerd, Cinephile will have you and your friends racking your brains for Sean Connery’s lesser-known films, Cate Blanchett’s filmography, and Steve Buscemi’s most memorable cameos.
Praise for Cinephile
“Gorgeously designed and illustrated.”—Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
“Beautiful graphic design and hand-drawn portraits.”—Esquire
“A new essential, beautifully-designed game for film lovers . . . the Criterion Collection of card games.”—Jordan Raup, The Film Stage
About the Author
CORY EVERETT is an art director, writer, and creator of Cinephile: A Card Game. He has written about film at IndieWire, The Film Stage, and Cigarettes & Red Vines: The Definitive Paul Thomas Anderson Resource and appeared on the short-lived IFC show Ultimate Film Fanatic. (He lost.) He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son.
STEVE ISAACS is the Illustrator of Cinephile: A Card Game. He works as a creative director building advertising campaigns for film and TV, and has been the singer of two major label rock bands, the skipper of the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, and an MTV VJ. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two deeply ambivalent cats.
“The game film geeks have been waiting their entire lives for.”—Drew Taylor, Moviefone
“Film buffs rejoice! There’s an official place to channel all your cinema nerdery.”—Frankie Magazine
“If you’ve got decades worth of movie trivia up in your head but nowhere to show it off, Cinephile: A Card Game just may be your perfect outlet.”—Jay Serafino, Mental Floss
“A great way to put your Hollywood knowledge to the test.”—Sarah Shoen, Vanity Fair
"An enjoyable way to match your movie knowledge with like-minded friends.”—Leonard Maltin, Maltin On Movies