[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.]
In a special edition of our weekly list feature, R. Kurt Osenlund compiled a collection of our 15 Most Anticipated Summer Films.
Other lists in April included 15 Famous Cabins in the Woods, 15 Famous Movie Monkeys, and 15 Famous Movie Blackbirds.
Reporting from the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, House contributors Gerard Raymond and Kenji Fujishima offered reviews of Wagner's Dream, BAM150, Rubberneck, Mansome, and more.
After writing up a similar piece on The Artist, Ted Pigeon returned with another "Critical Distance" article, this time taking a look at Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.
In Books, Sumanth Prabhaker reviewed Jonathan Franzen's Farther Away, Indrapramit Das reviewed Ben Marcus's The Flame Alphabet, and Tim Peters reviewed Guy Delisle's Chronicles from the Holy City.
Reviewing such titles as Samsara, Reportero, and The Queen of Versailles, Budd Wilkins provided extensive coverage of this year's Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
In Theater, Jon Magaril discussed the season in theater so far, calling his piece "Revise, Revive, Recycle."
In Music, the House added to its playlist the the latest from Chromatics, Japandroids, Dntel, & Kendrick Lamar; Liars, Dirty Projectors, & A Place to Bury Strangers, and The Walkmen, Lower Dens, Mark E, & Elliphant.
In Interviews, Gerard Raymond spoke with 4000 Miles playwright Amy Herzog.
In Poster Lab, R. Kurt Osenlund dissected the one-sheets for The Cabin in the Woods, Savages, Django Unchained, and Total Recall.
In Understanding Screenwriting, Tom Stempel explored the ins and outs of the scripts for Downton Abbey, Smash, Luck, and more.
Finally, in Television, Simon Abrams reviewed episodes 1 through 5 of season two of HBO's Game of Thrones, while Luke De Smet took us through episodes 12 and 13 of FX's new season pf Justified.