[Editor's Note: House Rewind is a collection of House articles from the month gone by—a recap of the posts you loved and those you might have missed.]
Leading up to the Academy Awards ceremony on February 26, Ed Gonzalez, Eric Henderson, and R. Kurt Osenlund predicted the winners in every category, slipping up on only six: Live Action Short, Foreign Language Film, Costume Design, Visual Effects, Film Editing, and Actress, which went to?egads!?Meryl Streep.
Ed Gonzalez also ranked, from best to worst, all 58 of the 61 nominated films he saw before the ceremony. The list may surprise you.
We didn't too bad with our Grammy predictions either.
In the wake of Whitney Houston's death, Andrew Chan wrote a beautiful piece about his personal connection to her work, one he no doubt shared with countless fans.
In yet another installment of our "Conversations" series, Jason Bellamy and Ed Howard discussed Spike Lee's Bamboozled.
In response to the endless swirl of buzz and ire surrounding The Artist, Ted Pigeon offered a popular essay entitled, "Critical Distance."
Continuing a new list feature added last month , R. Kurt Osenlund served up 15 Famous Women in Black, Bad Movie Cops, Movie Love Triangles, and Missing Persons.
Sal Cinquemani and Eric Henderson offered reviews of the first two lackluster singles from Madonnas new MDNA album, "Give Me All Your Luvin'" and "Girl Gone Wild".
Reporting from Film Comments Selects 2011, Ela Bittencourt, Kenji Fujishima, and Andrew Schenker reviewed Mortem, Transfer, Whores' Glory, and more.
In Music, the House added to its playlist the the latest from Nicki Minaj, Jack White, & Veronica Falls; and Santigold, Mouse on Mars, & Chromatics.
Also in Music, Paul Rice offered thoughts on Lana Del Rey's Feminist Problem.
In Understanding Screenwriting, Tom Stempel explored the scripts for Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, The Descendants, My Week with Marilyn, and more.
Reporting from Berlinale 2012, Ronald Bergan provided coverage of Home for the Weekend, Just the Wind, White Deer Plain, The Captive, Flowers of War, Jayne Mansfield's Car, and more.
In Books, Sumanth Prabhakerreviewed Ramona Ausubel's No One is Here Except All of Us, Ryan Meehan reviewed Michel Houellebecq's The Map and the Territory, Malcolm Forbes reviewed Peter Straub's Mrs. God, and Tim Peters reviewed Paul Mason's Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions.
In Poster Lab, R. Kurt Osenlund dissected the posters for What to Expect When You're Expecting, The Bourne Legacy, Sound of My Voice and Darling Companion.
In Television, Luke De Smet reviewed new episodes Justified, while Tony Dayoub took us through new episodes of HBO's Luck.
In Theater, Ela Bittencourt reviewed The Wooster Group's Early Plays, as well as Katori Hall's Broken-Dreams America.
Finally, closing out the month was the latest installment of our On the Rise series, wherein R. Kurt Osenlund profiled The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson.