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OFFICIAL TRAILER: The Shape of Water

  From the mind of visionary director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy) comes an other-worldly fairy tale set in Cold war-era 1963. Sporting an incredible cast consisting of Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, and Michael Stuhlbarg, this film is sure to be hit. Read More »


From director Tomas Alfredson (“Let the Right One In”) comes a new thriller based upon the terrifying novel by  Jo Nesbø. In The Snowman, Detective Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) teams with a new recruit (Rebecca Ferguson) to take down a notorious serial killer that strikes every time the snow falls. While the film is sporting an impressive cast and director, the dialogue ... Read More »

TEASER TRAILER: Boo 2!: A Madea Halloween

  Following the success of last October’s hilarious outing, Tyler Perry has conceived yet another sequel in the Madea franchise. This time, Perry is repeating the Halloween setting of the previous film, though instead of crashing a Halloween frat party, Madea and the gang will venture into a haunted campground. From the looks of the trailer, it seems the film ... Read More »


In anticipation of Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets, the new sci-fi adventure film from French film auteur, Luc Besson, I have cooked up a think piece about the sequel that never was and according to Besson himself last week at the screening of Leon: The Professional  at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, never could be. Read More »

SDCC 2017: 20th Century Fox Brings in The Kingsman

20th Century Fox hit the show floor today with a brand new trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The trailer gave fans far more footage than they had seen in the first one and bit more of a look at the culture shock Eggsy gets when he meets The Statesmen in America. Director Matthew Vaughn seems to have done a ... Read More »

Comic Con 2017: The Tick Takes Over

After far too long a hiatus The Tick is back in action with a brand new season coming to Amazon Prime. Read More »

OUTFEST 2017: “The Fabulous Allan Carr” Is An Intricate Look At One Of Hollywood’s Most Intriguing Producers

OUTFEST Audiences were presented with an extra special treat when “The Fabulous Allan Carr” made its debut. Directed by Emmy Award-winner Jeffrey Schwarz, the documentary gives us an inside look at the successful producer. It has been said that Carr forever changed gay culture in the United States. Read More »

Comic Con 2017: Join in on the celebration of over 50 years of Star Trek and the upcoming premiere of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY

CBS Television Studios and CBS All Access invite Star Trek fans from around the world to join them in a celebration of over 50 years of Star Trek and the upcoming premiere of STAR TREK: DISCOVERY with a line-up of panels, events, activations and merchandise exclusives July 20-23 at Comic-Con International in San Diego, Calif. MEET STARFLEET “STAR TREK: DISCOVERY” ... Read More »

In Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver, Crime Doesn’t Pay, but it Sure Sounds Sweet

Edgar Wright is the kind of virtuoso director that gives action cinema a good name. In his hands, chases nimbly streak down city streets and fights are a symphony of intertwined punches and gun shots – when characters move, you have no choice but to pay attention, due to the sheer kineticism of his storytelling. Read More »

The Future is Female and Scary AF as Orphan Black Returns for its Final Season

When Orphan Black premiered in 2013, I knew right away it was a show I would root for – a Canadian sci-fi thriller airing on BBC America featuring a lead performance (performances?) with a stunningly high level of difficulty – all resting on the shoulders of an unknown actress whose name we would soon learn. Read More »

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