One of the larger debates during my senior year of high school was the rift between my Black friends debating the merits of attending a Historically Black College & University (HBCU) or that of a Primarily White Institute (PWI), and… Read More ›
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Saying goodbye in “Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” doesn’t mean forever. Just, for now.
All things come to an end and it seems that even immortal monsters have to say goodbye so that something new can begin. This is the relative theme coursing through the fourth, and reportedly final, installment of Sony Picture Animations’s… Read More ›
Open Dialogue with “Being the Ricardos” actor Tony Hale.
Tony Hale has long been a fan of Lucille Ball; he believes her comic genius is on par with the legends of cinema. You can find Hale starring in the Aaron Sorkin film Being the Ricardos from Amazon Studios. This… Read More ›
Dark comedy “Pescador” uses comedic bait to explore dark thematic waters.
The fun thing about cinema is its ability to explore aspects of humanity without necessarily making judgements on it. This, of course, can back-fire if the audience doesn’t receive the film, or moments within it, as intended (see: Shannon Lee’s… Read More ›
Wanna get weird? Take a trip to “Mondo Hollywoodland,” but make sure to book a return ticket.
One of the best things about exploring the arts is the ability to learn something new, often in unexpected ways. Sometimes it’s the little details in a film which, under examination, divulge some aspect or secret about the filmmaking process… Read More ›
A Conversation with “The Manor” actor Barbara Hershey.
EoM contributor Thomas Manning recently had the opportunity to interview Oscar-nominated actress Barbara Hershey about her role in the new film The Manor, a Blumhouse production distributed through Amazon Studios. Throughout their conversation, Hershey discusses her experiences working with director… Read More ›
Open Dialogue with “What Drives Us” editor and key storyteller Dean Gonzalez.
What Drives Us is a doc that explores the passion behind touring musicians and some of the vehicles that got them there. From big names like Ringo Starr, U2, AC/DC to under the radar bands like Radkey and Starcrawler, this… Read More ›
Explore somewhere unexpected in time anomaly dramedy “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things.”
Books are a frequent source of mining in cinema. Sometimes their adaptations becomes something larger than possibly imagined (The Shawshank Redemption), while others support the notion that the imagination of the reader trumps anything celluloid can conjure (Artemis Fowl). Audiences… Read More ›
Etheria Film Night comes back with a second season, streaming via Amazon.
Following the success of the first digital iterations of the Etheria Film Night, a genre festival focusing on horror, thriller, and sci-fi shorts directed by women, there has to be more sequels, right? Etheria Season II, a block of 10… Read More ›
Thoughtful, smart, and executed with precision, “Blow the Man Down” is just the film to help weather the home entertainment storm.
There is nothing more dangerous than the female of any species. They possess the ability to grant life, yet will also bring forth the full weight of their wrath if needed. It’s the lioness who hunts for the pack, the… Read More ›
Meet Me at the Movies, Show 354
EoM founder Douglas Davidson once more joins the incredible Meet Me at the Movies crew of Noel T. Manning, Greg Tillman, and Tim Foster to talk several new releases hitting theaters. In addition to Douglas, EoM contributor and operator of The Run-Down on… Read More ›