Film Review

16 Feb 19
Sci-Fi Bulletin: Exploring the Universes of SF, Fantasy & Horror!

World on a Wire, the epic German SF miniseries that influenced multiple later films, including The Matrix, is out on Bluray on February 18 from Second Sight (read our review here, and our interview with the assistant director here), and we’ve got a copy to give away To win it, just answer the following simple […]

16 Feb 19
amysreading_nook

“So Matilda’s strong young mind continued to grow, nurtured by the voices of all those authors who had sent their books out into the world like ships on the sea. These books gave Matilda a hopeful and comforting message: You are not alone.” “The books transported her into new worlds and introduced her to amazing […]

16 Feb 19
Fool Fantastic

The failure of the Fyre Festival was one of those spectacular social media events, a cavalcade of schadenfreude as we collectively laughed as rich kids overreacted to a bad vacation. It was symbolic of issues within social media, an event carried entirely by hype and no outside oversight, sold through ‘influencers,’ with no one questioning […]

16 Feb 19
The Dreher Report

We’ve been bombarded lately with this site of children in those, you know, very very difficult situations and you always have the feeling that they are paying the highest price for our faults. ~ Nadine Labaki, writer director When life is neglectful and unkind, if you want to live, you will find a way out. […]

16 Feb 19
Cover to Cover

You might have read my 2018 “Year of Classics” recap. The concept – to become more well-read by reading a classic novel every month of the year – caught on, and I’ve decided to complete the challenge a second year. So, barring my January book (“Gone With the Wind,” which I chose not to review […]

16 Feb 19
Everybody's a Critic

  Welcome to Everybody’s a Critic! Where all your entertainment needs are satisfied. From the latest film castings and announcements to the next song about to be overplayed for the next two months, it can all be found here ready to be discussed. With how fast the entertainment industry is, Everybody’s a Critic’s goal is to easily […]

16 Feb 19
Alexander Brown Hall PRESS

And it’s here again! Just when lovers of Walt Disney were about to close the curtains on the 2013 hit animated movie – Frozen; on Wednesday, Walt Disney Pictures unveiled the first trailer for this year’s Frozen 2. A sequel to the Frozen which made over 450 million dollars in the U.S theatres and One […]

16 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Jameela Jamil is an English born actress, writer, DJ, model and radio host. She was discovered at 22 years old when she was teaching English in London, UK. Her first job in media was a main host on T4, the UK’s leading youth entertainment show where she made a name for herself interviewing famous actors […]

16 Feb 19
Vincent Fernandes Film Reviews

Single White Female (1992) R |  1h 47min  | Drama, Thriller A woman advertising for a new roommate finds that something very strange is going on with the tenant who decides to move in. Director: Barbet Schroeder Stars: Bridget Fonda, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Steven Weber After 20 minutes I wanted to turn it off because […]

16 Feb 19
Ricky's Film Reviews

A war-hardened Crusader and his Moorish commander mount an audacious revolt against the corrupt English crown in a thrilling action-adventure packed with gritty battlefield exploits, mind-blowing fight choreography, and a timeless romance. Cast Taron Egerton – Robin Hood Eve Hewson – Maid Marian Jamie Foxx – Little John Ben Mendelsohn – Sheriff of Nottingham Tim […]

16 Feb 19
Movies, Films & Flix

You can download or stream the pod on Spotify, Itunes, Stitcher, Tune In, Podbean, or LISTEN TO THE POD ON BLOG TALK RADIO. You voted for it, and we delivered! The MFF podcast is back, and we’re celebrating our 175th episode by talking about the 1992 cult classic Captain Ron. We’ve made it a new habit to talk about a Kurt Russell movie on […]

16 Feb 19
Movie Reviews by a Mook

A series of bizarre murders of outsiders is taking place in the lovely, foggy town of Potter’s Bluff, and Sheriff Dan Gillis is at a loss as to how to explain what’s going on. Now he must face both a hidden murderous violence and his wife’s unusual behavior as he uncovers the terrible truth of what’s happening to his […]

16 Feb 19
Love Popcorn

There is a lot of talk online about Green BookGbeing an ‘Oscar-baiting’ film, and that is probably a little true. It does have a lot of the elements that are considered to be typical for films deemed to be playing the Oscars system; a biographical picture that addresses a strong social issue, (in this case, racism) […]

16 Feb 19
LoganColeman Film Reviews

       Happy Death Day 2U is the sequel to the original Happy Death Day film. This will be one of most divisive films of the year. This film is a not a traditional horror film sequel, it takes a twist from Back to Future, it is somewhat more comedic, but it pulls a lot of […]