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North Brothers2 years ago
Nocturnal Animals Review
Director: Tom Ford Writers: Tom Ford (screenplay), Austin Wright (novel) Stars: Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon Genre: Drama, Thriller Nocturnal Animals was nominated for an Oscar (2017): ...
Jason Schwartz2 years ago
Terrible Movies That Should Have Been Great
Movie making is a complex art. It takes more than a good idea to make a good movie. There are plenty of great ideas that end up being terrible movies. Whether it's the writing, acting or poor pacing, ...
Tyler Selig2 years ago
The Nintendo Switch Is Fantastic
Let's just get this out of the way: Nintendo is a frustrating company. For every good move they make, it seems like they take a couple steps back. They don't understand the internet, they have a goldm...
Loni Beach2 years ago
My Review of 'The Belko Experiment'
The Belko Experiment comes to us from the director of Wolf Creek and The Darkness and is written by James Gunn of Guardians of the Galaxy fame. This film is about 80 employees and a small office build...
NorViance Henry2 years ago
Jellybean Dream Anthology
Limited digital sale of anthology can't be missed!!!
Dan Guinness2 years ago
Could 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' Be the Key to the Future of the MCU?
Now you might be thinking; ‘how on earth could an animated film from 1988 have any relevance to the MCU – the biggest movie franchise on the planet’? Well hear me out for a minute. On paper, Who Frame...
Nick Lotz2 years ago
The Worst Television Show Pitch EVER
Bourbon Issues will be a semi-daily, 30-minute studio production featuring guests comparing notable French royalty, Louis de Bourbon (1530-1569 and Louis de Bourbon (1668-1710). The proposed host for ...
From the Cult of Celebrity to Politics in Scottish Theatre and the Art of the Performance
This Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning will endeavour to highlight, examine and scrutinise the opportunities open to young performers in Scotland over the last decade. It will also examine ...
Adam S2 years ago
Losing Joe's Place
Today, on Thriftshop Books, I'm looking at Gordon Korman's 1990 novel Losing Joe's Place. A few days ago, I was perusing a local second-hand shop, and in a back corner, I saw a book that seemed intere...
Tyler Selig2 years ago
The DC Extended Universe Movies Have Been (Mostly) Fine
With the recent release of Wonder Woman, it appears as if the public as a whole is warming up to the DC Extended Universe. Here we have a film that has not only embraced and beautifully demonstrated a...
Aaron Dennis2 years ago
Legend of the Ghost Lion for the NES
Known in Japan as White Lion Densetsu, and based on a movie of the same name, Ghost Lion is a really cool NES RPG. This game’s mechanics are odd in comparison to other RPGs of the time, and odd in com...
Bonnie Laufer2 years ago
Cars 3: Nathan Fillion Interview
Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firefly) has had a long and varied career in both film and television but what he loves doing most is lending his voice to characters on the big and small screens. His latest voice work can be heard in Pixar’s Cars 3, where Fillion voices Sterling, a suave chief executive coupe who becomes the new sponsor of once-glorious racer Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson). The role is the second Pixar gig for the 46-year-old Canadian actor, who previously lent his voice to villainous ...